Motorola I1, Curious Bond between Android and Push to Talk

Walkie-Talkie-style and to the most difficult situations. Protected against dust, golPES and vibration and even if rain raging, the new Motorola i1 is the first smartphone with Android and Push technology to Talk. Not in vain, it presents a button of considerable size with which cut or make way for communication with one or several partners simultaneously.

Push to Talk is a half-duplex communication technology, in a sense only, in which you will have to Press the front button to transmit and release it to receive, with the advantage that represents the realization of a call which may be involved several users enjoying universal coverage without distance limitation.

The previously known as Motorola Opus One goes to swell the list of terminals of the catalog of the American operator Sprint, which aims to market it starting next summer with less than 200 dollars (148 euros) cost attached to contract with data rate.

With an elegant design and chrome finishes, but without any special in the aesthetic field, the Motorola i1 is equipped with operating system Android 1.5 Cupcake that interact via a touchscreen HVGA 3.1 inch.

To facilitate the introduction of data has been added Swype virtual keyboard, in addition to document viewer compatible with Microsoft, in addition to Opera Mini 5 and Webkit with Adoble Flash Lite browser.

A 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flash camera complete the multimedia section, complemented by a series included 2 GB microSD card for the storage of all kinds of files.

Without forgetting the connectivity Wi-Fi and Bluetooth signature of this type of smartphones, its specific design for CDMA Networks not enables your marketing on the old continent, which will deliver us for some time that scream “breico” via the phone.