Motorola i1 – First push-to-talk Android Phone

Sprint has officially announced the world’s first push-to-talk Android phone, the Motorola i1. In my opinion this looks like a Cliq XT for Sprint, with push-to-talk as the stand-out feature(yes, it’s still running Android 1.5). An exact release date has not been given, but it will be available in the summer of 2010. Check out the pictures below and hit the link for the full press release.

Key Features from the Press Release:

* Popular business tools such as Microsoft Document Viewer and corporate sync ensure Word or PowerPoint files can be accessed on the go.
* Message entry is a breeze with both Android standard virtual keyboard and Swype™ virtual keyboards being offered.
* A 5 megapixel camera with flash, geo-tagging and panoramic capabilities provides crisp photos and clearly displays them on the vibrant 3.1-inch HVGA screen. Video can also be recorded and stored on a provided microSD for sharing or future viewing straight from the device.
* The latest Opera Mini 5 browser enables quick browsing over the Nextel National Network and Wi-Fi. The Android browser allows you to see web pages and Flash 8-enabled sites in full view using Wi-Fi.
* Motorola i1 can be continuously customized with thousands of applications from Android Market™.

Press Release: Motorola
Via: Android Community

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