Sprint looks ready to launch the “Sturdy + QWERTY” Motorola Titanium on July 24th

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Sprint looks ready to launch the Sturdy + QWERTY Motorola Titanium on July 24th

It appears as Sprint is just about ready to release a ruggedized version of the Motorola XPRT. The handset is the Motorola Titanium and similar to the XPRT, the Titanium comes with the full hardware QWERTY keyboard sitting below the display. The details so far are coming by way of leaked information from Sprint, which basically means that we still need an official announcement. That being said, it looks like Sprint will have the Motorola Titanium available on July 24th and selling it for $149.99 (after discounts). Otherwise, in terms of specs, the Motorola Titanium will arrive with features to include a 3.1 inch touchscreen display, 5 megapixel camera with zoom and flash, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, Bluetooth, GPS, microSD card slot, 1820 mAh battery, Direct Connect Push-to-Talk and running Android 2.1. Additionally, the Titanium is also certified to Military Specification 810G which means you are protected against dust, shock, vibration, low pressure, solar radiation, high temperature and low temperature.

Via [SprintFeed]

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