The case is looking pretty good as the FCC recently approved the iDEN based Motorola i886 which is one interesting Android powered device from a quick visual inspection. Not only does it stand out for being just an iDEN Android phone, but its choice of employing a traditional keypad and landscape sliding QWERTY are also eye catching. It's definitely a form factor that we haven't seen with any iDEN device running Android, but the Motorola i886 is packing some entry-level specs under its hood. It features a 2-megapixel camera, GPS, accelerometer, PTT, Bluetooth, and a microSD card slot.
Although it has been approved by the FCC, it's not yet clear as to who will be offering this handset – but there's a good possibility it'll make its way to either Sprint or Boost Mobile.
source: FCC via Unwired View