Sprint announces the rugged, push-to-talk-equipped Motorola Titanium

Summary:Ready for battle, the Motorola Titanium is stronger than strong and push-to-talk-ready.

Meet Motorola's newest toughphone - the Titanium,

Featuring a 3.1-inch screen, full keyboard, and Android 2.1, the Titanium may look like any other smartphone, but the aptly-named device is probably more durable than you are.

The Titanium is U.S. Military Standard 810-certified, meaning that it is, literally, prepared for everything. Dust, vibration, shock, solar radiation, low pressure, temperature extremes - the Titanium is built to withstand it all.

In case you were wondering who, precisely, Motorola's newest phone was made for, just take a look at the product shot above. The hat on James S's head should give you your answer.

Motorola did not announce a release date or price point for the Titanium, but one should be headed our way eventually.

Here are the device's other specs, via the press release.

  • Support for Nextel Direct Connect Services, including Direct Connect, Group Connect®, International Direct Connect®, DirectSendSM, Group Messaging and NextMail®
  • Android Market for access to more than 150,000 applications, widgets and games available for download
  • Google mobile services such as Google Search, Gmail, Google Talk, Google Maps with Navigation, syncing with Google Calendar™ and YouTube
  • Corporate email (Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync) and personal (POP3 & IMAP) email
  • 5-megapixel camera with camcorder, 4x zoom and flash
  • Wi-Fi b/g
  • Stereo Bluetooth
  • GPS navigation
  • microSD slot, with a 2GB memory card included, supporting up to 32GB
  • 1820 mAh Lithium-ion battery

Topics: Collaboration, Cloud, Google, Hardware, Mobility, Telcos

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