Today, Motorola announced two new Android devices for business customers, the Titanium and XPRT model, both phones with MOTOBLUR user interface and hardware QWERTY keyboard.
“We are pleased to extend our portfolio of products directed at business-users with these two powerful and versatile Android devices,” said Paget L. Alves, president – Sprint Business. “Motorola XPRT delivers the security features enterprise customers demand without scrimping on the latest in technology, while Motorola TITANIUM is a rugged Android smartphone with Nextel Direct Connect’s sub-second Push-to-Talk.“
Motorola Titanium is the successor to the popular Motorola i1 launched by Spring last year. Titanium runs Android 2.1 OS, has a 3.1 inches touchscreen, 5 megapixels camera with autofocus and LED flash technology, a full QWERTY keyboard, Wi-Fi b/g and 2 GB internal storage. The battery of Titanium smartphone has 1820 mAh.
Motorola XPRT device is powered by 1 GHz processor and Android 2.2 Froyo OS, comes with 3.1 inches screen with 320 x 480 pixels resolution and 5 megapixels camera with autofocus and LED flash technology. XPRT has 2 GB internal storage expandable up to 32 GB via microSD card slot. The XPRT device has a strong Li-Ion battery with 1860 mAh capacity.
“Motorola XPRT and Motorola TITANIUM blend feature-packed consumer experiences with an optimal set of productivity and security tools,” said Jeff Miller, corporate vice president of sales, Motorola Mobility. “We are pleased to partner with Sprint to deliver each of these unique business-ready devices to their continuously growing enterprise customer base.“
The release date of Motorola XPRT will be June 5, in Sprint stores and Telesales for $129.99 with 2-year contract. The release date and the price of Titanium will be announced at a later date.