Motorola, together with Sprint has introduced its latest technology, the new Motorola i1 Android-powered Smartphone. This latest device is the first to be made with a push-to-talk feature. It is also the first Android-powered smartphone to have a device called iDEN which is made by Sprint and was designed to carry out the features of a modern smartphone including a 3.1-inch 320 x 480 HVGA touch screen technology, Wi-Fi that supports Flash 8, and a optimized browsing experience with the latest Opera Mini 5 for you to browse over the Nextel National Network. Furthermore, it was also made with a solid body construction that meets military specifications for protection against dust, shock, vibration and blowing rain, low pressure, salt fog, humidity and solar radiation which you cannot find in other normal devices. In addition, it includes the Swype keyboard entry system and XT9 for those who like texting in old school. It also boasts with a 5 megapixel camera with flash, geo-tagging, and panoramic capabilities provides crisp and clear photos.
It supports connectivity such as Bluetooth 2.0, micro USB, over the Air Sync and a 2.5mm headphone jack. And for audio formats, it includes MP3, WAV, WMA, WMV, MIDI and MP4- for video formats it supports H.263, H.264 and WMV video. Lastly, thank you for its 1400mAh battery which provide up to four days of standby power and three and a half hours of talk time. This latest android smartphone measures 58 x 118 x 12.8mm and weighs 131.26 grams (4.63 oz). It will be release this coming summer in multiple regions worldwide beginning in Q2 2010 through Sprint in North America.