Video Tour: Motorola i9
Phone Scoop takes Boost Mobile's newest (and thinnest) iDEN phone for a quick spin. See how the external screen can access almost all of the phone's features.
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Here is a video tour of the Motorola i9 for Boost Mobile. We take it for a quick spin, and show you how the modeshift buttons let you control the phone's external screen.
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jtalker1965 - i9
Motorola just doesn't get it
When are they ever going to come out with a real touch screen like the Dare and others? That's what people are looking for.
The only one that doesn't get it is you.
Boost isn't a main stream ca...
I'm sure I will be selling my fair share of these
Love it, guys ...
Also, is the DC button LED flashing at the beginning because of the missed DC call that's shown at the beginning of the demo?
A request for a future video tour of this device: can we see the DC feature in action? That is, after all, the primary function of an iDEN device. Would love to see how some of the PTX functions (push to send event, etc.) work.