Sprint announced that they will have two Android business phones arriving on their network. The first one was the Motorola XPRT, and next in line we have the Motorola Titanium. This business-catered phone is built to be more durable than regular phones, so you can expect to find these phones in the pockets of people working at construction sites – or folks with a habit of dropping their devices. How tough is this phone? Military-grade tough. The Motorola Titanium is designed to meet Military Specification 810G for dust, shock, vibration, low pressure, solar radiation, high temperature and low temperature. Motorola DEFY, meet your brother.
Specs of the Motorola Titanium include: Android 2.1, a 3.1″ HVGA TFT touchscreen, a 5megapixel camera, portrait QWERTY keyboard, Bluetooth, WiFi, and GPS. It also supports Nextel Direct Connect, which means one-to-one Push-to-Talk communication nationwide with any other Nextel Direct Connect subscriber, Group Connect for group communication with up to 20 other Nextel Direct Connect subscribers nationwide, and even International Direct Connect for Push-to-Talk calls to other Nextel Direct Connect subscribers in Mexico and Canada (vice versa if you’re in one of those countries). The Titanium will be the first Android iDEN device on Sprint to support Nextel Direct Connect capabilities.
No price or dates have been mentioned, but keep an eye out for the aptly named Motorola Titanium.
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