Android powered Motorola i1 is launched by SouthernLINC

Android powered Motorola i1 is launched by SouthernLINC
Just as we were expecting, SouthernLINC has gone ahead and announced the Android powered Motorola i1 smartphone. We heard about its eventual arrival with SoutherLINC back towards the end of March and now it's finally here as it was promised with a Q2 launch. This ruggedized iDEN based smartphone is of course the first mil-spec 810F Android device that's sure to withstand some of the most brutal conditions that mother nature can dish out. On top of its tough outer shell, the Motorola i1 features some decent specs under the hood such as a 5-megapixel camera, GPS, Wi-Fi, and microSD card support. Looking towards the software side of things, it'll pack on the growing popular Swype keyboard, Adobe Flash Lite, and offer Exchange support out of the box. For those who plan on taking sides with the Motorola i1, it's being made available for purchase at $200 with a 2-year agreement or a somewhat reasonable $275 for a 1-year contract.

Motorola i1 Specifications | Hands-on

source: SouthernLINC via Phonescoop


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