Sprint has finally announced the date when the Motorola i1, the world’s first Android iDEN smartphone, will be available to its subscribers: July 25.
Only direct ship sales channels will offer the push-to-talk handset on this date, though, with the rest of the channels to offer it starting August 8.
The Moto i1 will be yours for $149.99 with a 2-yr Sprint contract (after a $50 mail-in rebate).
Like the Motorola i1 that’s already available at Boost Mobile, Sprint’s will run Android 1.5, featuring a HVGA touchscreen display, Swype virtual keyboard, Wi-Fi, GPS, Microsoft Document Viewer, 5MP camera and MicroSD card support. Sprint will also preload applications like Xora, TeleNavTrack and Sprint Mobile Locator on the Motorola i1.
Via Press release
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