Motorola i1 iDEN Android cellphone announced for Spring-Nextel

Last time we covered the eagerly anticipated Motorola i1 Android based iDEN cellphone was to tell you that not had its name been changed from the Opus 1 to the Motorola i1 smart phone but also that the Motorola i1 would feature a 5 MP camera instead of the anticipated 3 MP one. Well all speculation is at an end now as Motorola has officially announced the Motorola i1 mobile phone for the Spring Nextel iDEN network. One of the most intriguing feature of the Motorola i1 is that it runs the Android OS and this should be one of the top of the line phones for the iDEN network.

First off, the technical specifications are now fully known and are as follows: the Motorola i1 runs Android 1.5, has a 1400 mAh battery, is military specification 810F compliant, has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 2.5mm jack, microUSB, 5 MP camera with auto-focus and LED flash, Opera Mini 5 and Android Webkit (with Adobe Flash Lite) browsers, 3.1″ touchscreen, microSD slot with support for up to 32 GB of expandable memory with 2 GB bundled with the Motorola i1 cellphone for iDEN networks.

In addition to this, the Motorola i1 smart phone should come pre-loaded with Swype, an innovative new method for text-input on touchscreens that allows you to type without removing your finger from the screen. The PTT (Push To Talk) feature is also available on the Motorola i1 cellphone.

All in all, the Motorola i1 is definitely a step up from the type of mobile phones generally available for iDEN networks and its touchscreen and Wi-Fi capability are probably the most important features along with Android and iDEN standard features available on the Motorola i1 Android smart phone for Spring Nextel iDEN networks.

Filed Under: Motorola


RSSComments (0)

Trackback URL

Comments are closed.