Motorola i1 Available Now At Boost Mobile Retail Stores

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The Motorola i1 is Android’s first iDEN PTT device and is available at Boost retail stores. We just learned that the Motorola i1 has been officially announced by Sprint which was followed by a possible Telus launch the same day. With Boost Mobile, you pay monthly and are relieved of any contract and you can get this device for $299. Currently the device is not available online so if you’re looking to grab this device, you have to hit up your local Boost retailer.

Features of the Motorola i1 include:

  • Built-In Wi-Fi
    For connection to the Internet. Stereo Bluetooth-compatible for hands-free conversation on a Bluetooth-enabled device.
  • Opera Mini 5 Web browser and Android operating system
    Allows you to stay connected and productive on the go.
  • 3.1″ HVGA touch-screen display
    For clear viewing of your text messages, photos and videos.
  • Store contacts, number photos and more
    With the microSD memory card slot (2GB microSD card included). Supports up to 16GB microSD cards.
  • Built-in 5.0MP camera with autofocus, flash and zoom
    For taking still photos and short videos.
  • SWYPE technology
    For blazing-fast messaging.
  • Nationwide Walkie-Talkie
    Offers flexible communication.
  • Multimedia, instant messaging and text messaging
    Let you easily communicate with friends and family. Supports Google Talk, MSN, Yahoo! and more.
  • Customizable ringtones
    Allow you to personalize the sound of your phone.
  • Vibrate mode
    Notifies you discreetly of incoming calls and messages.
  • Voice activation
    For hands-free dialing.
  • Speed dial
    Lets you call frequently used numbers with the touch of a button.
  • Additional features
    Include built-in Google Talk, photo and video sharing and more.
  • Downloadable content
    Includes graphics and games to add creative touches to your phone.
  • Up to 210 minutes talk time and up to 100 hours standby
    With included rechargeable lithium-ion battery.

Source: Mobileburn

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