The new Sprint Motorola Titanium cell phone is the successor to the Motorola i1, the keyboard look like they came from the RIM factory. It does have a market. Tons of people prefer it to landscape keyboards. Good first outing for a PUSH TO TALK phone. The iDEN network handles many tasks surprisingly well such as messaging, email, Google Maps, and web browsing with Opera. If you’re a Nextel customer, there are only two phone choices. If you are a hardcore business person, get a BlackBerry, if not, get the Android. Now, this one has all features! I like the phone, I think that the idea was there but there’s a lot that needs to be fixed to make the phone better.
The Sprint Motorola Titanium cell phone features include a 3.1-inch HVGA touchscreen display, a full QWERTY keyboard, 5-megapixel camera with camcorder, Wi-Fi b/g, GPS navigation, microSD slot, with a 2GB memory card included, Stereo Bluetooth and Google Android 2.1 OS. Users of Sprints impressive add-on services, international and push to talk, should be impressed.
Built military-grade tough, Motorola Titanium is certified to Military Specification 810G for dust, shock, vibration, low pressure, solar radiation, high temperature and low temperature.
- Support for Nextel Direct Connect Services, including Direct Connect, Group Connect, International Direct Connect, DirectSend, Group Messaging and NextMail
- Android Market for access to more than 150,000 applications, widgets and games available for download
- Google mobile services such as Google Search, Gmail, Google Talk, Google Maps with Navigation, syncing with Google Calendar™ and YouTube
- Corporate email (Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync) and personal (POP3 & IMAP) email
- 1820 mAh Lithium-ion battery