The Motorola i1 marks the first push-to-talk Android phone for iDEN (Sprint/Nextel Push-to-Talk). Like many other iDEN phones, the Motorola i1 is ruggedized for high-impact environments where iDEN phones are typically used. The i1 is also equipped with features unexpected in a phone designed to meet Military 810F standards for shock, dust, and rain. Besides Nextel Direct Connect and Android OS 1.5 (why not 2.1?), the i1 features a 3.1″ 320×480 haptic feedback capacitive touch display with hardened Monster Glass, Wi-Fi, 5 megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom, 15fps video camera, GPS navigation, Microsoft Exchange and Gmail support, Bluetooth 2, speakerphone, up-to 32GB microSD card slot, and 210 minute continuous usage Li-Ion battery with 100 hours of standby. Who said smartphones can’t be rugged?
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