Motorola i886 is another rough and tough phone for Sprint

Motorola i886 is another rough and tough phone for Sprint
Are you are one of those guys who drops their handset every 10 minutes, or use your phone in a construction type "hard hat" area? Do you want it to have a QWERTY keyboard? Then, the Motorola i886 may be the right handset for you. 

You may confuse the Motorola i886 with an Android smartphone, because of its interface, but it is not (Sprint confirmed this for us). It is a basic phone that features a 2MP camera, group messaging, HTML web browsing and is equipped with GPS. Its key features really are the side-sliding QWERTY keyboard and its 810G military specification. That means it will survive shock, dust (those bunnies can be awfully tough), extreme temperatures and most of the daily hazards that the average handset faces every day.

The rugged PTT Motorola i886 is now available from Sprint at a price of $79.95 with a signed two-year contract.

source: Sprint

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  • Display 2.2 inches
    320 x 240 pixels
  • Camera 2 MP (Single camera)
  • Storage , microSDHC
  • Battery 1380 mAh


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