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Spotted: Just learned that Sprint’s first Google Android phone will come from Motorola and include push-to-talk capability, a.k.a. a Walkie-Talkie.
The Motorola i1 will also have a 3.1-inch touchscreen, Wi-Fi, 5-megapixel camera and microSD slot. Plus, it’s one of Motorola’s rugged phones so it’s built to Military Spec 810F and can stand some dust, shock and “blowing rain,” says Motorola.
No price was announced, but expect monthly fees to be around $70 if you opt for Sprint’s Everything Data 450 plan (unlimited calls to U.S. wireless users, unlimited Direct Connect, unlimited texting, e-mail and Web and GPS).
Motorola i1 Talk and Standby Time3 Up to 4 days standby; Up to 210 min talk time Bands/Modes 800 / 900 (i) 2400 (w) Weight 131.26 grams, 4.63 oz. Dimensions 58mm length 118mm depth 12.8 mm OS Android 1.5 Battery 1400mAh Connectivity Wi-Fi, Bluetooth2 2.0 micro USB; Over the Air Sync, 2.5mm headset jack Display 3.1” display 320×480 HVGA 265k TFT Messaging/ Email MMS, SMS, corporate, Gmail IMAP, POP3, Attachment and document viewer Audio Adobe Flash, MP3, WAV, WMA, WMV, MIDI, MP4 Video H.263, H.264, WMV Camera 5MP, auto-focus, LED flash, 4X digital zoom Browser Opera Mini 5 Browser, Android Webkit w/Adobe Flash Lite® Memory Removable 2GB memory card included, up to 32GB supported Form Factor Full touch screen Antenna Internal
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