Sprint gets a pair of Motorola Android devices, the XPRT and the Titanium
The Motorola Titanium, the successor to the Motorola i1, is a iDEN flavored model that is said to be the first to combine Nextel Direct Connect and Eclair. Is that supposed to be a draw for the device? After all, the similarly rugged Casio G'zOne Commando did launch with Android 2.2 installed. As you might expect, the Titanium is built to MIL-SPEC 810G which means it is impenetrable to dust and won't be harmed by shock, vibration, high and low temperature, and most of the other things that can destroy your smartphone. The Motorola Titanium has a 3.1 inch screen and also has a portrait facing QWERTY keyboard. A 5MP camera is on the back and powering the phone is an 1820mAh battery. Pricing and launch date both have not been announced.
source: Motorola (1), (2) via Engadget
1. downphoenix (Posts: 1987; Member since: 19 Jun 2010)
so why Eclair? Is Motorola trying to nerf the device on purpose?
2. heyitzme (Posts: 87; Member since: 03 Jan 2011)
for real. And I thought Sprint was trying to slowly drop off nextel o.o
3. swagnificent (Posts: 5; Member since: 25 Jun 2010)
I thought Sprint claimed to be the #1 service provider or Android devices. I thought they met good Android devices, not junk ones. This is basically the Motorola Clutch i465 except it's running android. Don't believe me look it up.
4. zuno gyakusatsu (Posts: 257; Member since: 16 Mar 2010)
theres no such thing as "good android devices".
10. Migblitz (Posts: 5; Member since: 28 Apr 2011)
Does anyone know if the Motorola XPRT will be a world phone like the Droid Pro?
11. Jim (unregistered)
If sprint is going to kill off iDEN then why get a new phone when iDEN is going away by 2013. Makes no sense to me.