Sprint getting dual-core PTT Motorola Android handset

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Sprint's Motorola Pax brings Android 2.3 and dual-core processing to PTT model
According to leaked information obtained by This is my next, Sprint will be adding to its lineup a new PTT enabled device that looks very similar to the Motorola XPRT. The Motorola Pax offers a BlackBerry-esque (or you can say Moto DROID Pro-esque or even Motorola XPRT-esque) portrait oriented QWERTY keyboard and a dual-core processor. Android 2.3 is installed.

Unlike previous PTT phones, the Motorola Pax will use Sprint's new CDMA 1X technology which is a step up from the old system. Other important things like pricing and launch date are not known. And one piece of info that we are anxious to see is the size and resolution of the display. The 3.1 inch screen with resolution of 320 x 480 on the XPRT is a sore point with many users and if the Motorola Pax is going to offer a dual-core processor, why waste that speed and power on a poor display? We would expect to see the rest of the specs worthy of a high-end Android phone.

source: Thisismynext



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