Review: Motorola Titanium
Motorola's latest iDEN device for Sprint Nextel brings Android, push-to-talk, and a physical QWERTY keyboard to the table. Together, they make for a fine Android phone, though it's not without a few hiccups.
For the Nextel subscriber, Android smartphones are few and far between. Even more rare is that elusive Android smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard. Enter the Motorola Titanium. The Titanium takes the ground work laid by last year's Motorola i1 and adds a portrait QWERTY keyboard and a few other improvements. Are they enough to convince you to ditch that crusty old iDEN flip you've been carrying for umpteen years?
Not sure why anyone would be buying an iden phone anyway, the network won't exist in a few months. And Sprints new Q-chat 4.0 PTT over cdma will be up and running in October, when the Motorola Pax releases. Thought it might be something to mention, to potential buyers.
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