Motorola Admiral Review
0. phoneArena 08 Nov 2011, 06:50 posted on
The Motorola Admiral is Sprint’s first smartphone running Push-to-Talk on the company’s CDMA network. This Android device runs Gingerbread, sports a portrait QWERTY keyboard, a 5 megapixel camera with HD recording all wrapped in a rugged body. This upgrade to the Titanium brings better specs all around including a 1.2GHz processor and 4GB of internal memory...
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1. username (Posts: 25; Member since: 05 Nov 2011)
If I was on Sprint, and wanted a blackberry that runs android, I would get this.
2. fre1102 (Posts: 1; Member since: 04 Dec 2011)
So no GSM? Need this to have GSM if I'm going to switch from my Droid Pro. What are Sprint users supposed to do on trips overseas?
3. NYRebels (Posts: 1; Member since: 28 Feb 2012)
The direct connect on this phone is so unreliable as to be virtually useless. My wife and I have used direct connect daily over the past nine years, but this phone has brought that to a stop. On Nextel we had reliable instantaneous communication, but the Admiral's Sprint direct connect only works for us about half the time. If it's not reliable, then the instantaneous part is of no value. We've taken to calling each other on the phone now. It's much more cumbersome. Direct Connect is more like being there with someone while calling is more like... not. If you're buying this phone for the direct connect, it's not worth it. If you're not buying this phone for the direct connect there are other similar phones that have a few more or better features.