(Posts: 2431; Member since: 28 Nov 2009)
Is this for Boost Mobile...LOL?
(Posts: 104; Member since: 29 Jan 2010)
good point jp...
they tend to release a nextel version AND a boost version, usually with a higher point-of-sale cost on the boost side (with no contract obviously).
it could be the first android on an american pre-paid service...
(Posts: 529; Member since: 06 Jun 2009)
i disagree with the decision to make any android phone on iden...it's almost like putting cutting edge phones like the droid and iPhone on analog...data over iden is much, much slower than 1x CDMA or EV-DO...but i agree that a pre-paid android would actually be a good idea...at first glance it does not look like it meets the rugged military specs like the blackberry curve on the nextel side...
(Posts: 844; Member since: 12 Dec 2008)
Android on iDEN? Ever tried browsing the web on a Boost Mobile iDEN phone? UGH, not a very good experience. :-/
iam poor (unregistered)
cn some one give me one for free iam tired ov beggin for change please help i need a phone
sure kid ill buy u one no problem because i use to be in your shoe. i no other ppl is goin to think its funny bt its nt. so give me your email if u have one if anybody else wanna help contribute fill free to call me (757-456-0987)..
i agree just give me your address, and make sure yor home alone ;).. your in for a surprise
Motorola's i1 is the Android running Opus One and is coming soon for iDEN carriers?