Shiny Motorola iDen Slider Shows Up on FCC
Aug 31, 2010, 5:01 PM by Philip Berne
A shiny new slider from Motorola has appeared on the FCC's site with iDen push-to-talk capabilties in tow. The phone, identified as the Motorola i706, features a metallic face and a metal band around the shell, with a large walkie-talkie button on the side. The naming is in line with Motorola's other devices on Sprint's Nextel network. A user manual posted on the FCC site identifies the PTT capabilities as Motorola's Mototalk technology. The phone seems to be a relatively simple device, with a USB port and a 2.5mm headphone jack.
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Going to Boost Mobile, no doubt...