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Motorola i680 Graces FCC Site

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Nov 12, 2009, 12:33 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

New documents made public on the FCC web site offer some information about the Motorola i680, a rugged clamshell that is likely headed for the Sprint Nextel network. The FCC confirms that the i680 has Bluetooth and GPS in addition to support for the 800/900MHz iDEN network. External photos show that the i680 has two displays, a camera with flash, support for microSD cards and a headset jack. According to the draft user manual, the i680 also supports video capture, threaded messaging, audio/video media playback and PTX services. Neither Sprint Nextel nor Motorola has officially announced this phone.

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Nov 12, 2009, 1:09 PM


hmm... whats up with the Army colors?
Well, it's always hard to tell what the real colors are with the crappy pics (taken by engineers, not photographers) that appear in FCC documents. The phone might be military green, or it might be plain gray, in a photo with terrible white balance. It...

Nov 13, 2009, 10:09 AM

this will replace the i580

and it will be a sweet phone. itll be water proof and well have a demo in store underwater that we can make call to. should be a great selling point
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