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Moto i890 Revealed by FCC

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Jan 5, 2010, 9:41 AM   by Rich Brome   @rbrome

An unannounced Motorola iDEN phone recently appeared on the FCC web site. The i890 is a thin, sleek clamshell-style phone with relatively high-end features for an iDEN phone. Those features include a large outer display, 2-megapixel camera with video capture and a microSD memory card slot. Other features appear to include GPS navigation, a sliding lock switch on the side, Bluetooth, music player, and a standard micro-USB connector for charging and data. No pricing or release date has been announced.




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Jan 5, 2010, 11:02 AM


Does anybody still use the ancient iDen network? Do people still sign up for and use the Nextel side of Sprint? It direct connect still cool?

I am actually being serious. I porter over to Sprint years ago right after the merger, because iDen in my area (Downriver Michigan) was horrid! Is it any better? Direct connect was the new hotness back when I was in high school (similar to texting/smartphone craze of today).
A lot of people, especially businesses swear by it.. not exactly sure why.. my dad has nextel still and I can only reach him maybe 1/2 the time I want to call him.

Nextel is deff a business phone company. thus a "2mp camera with video" is a high...
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