Without any fanfare whatsoever Sprint has added to its Android lineup with the 810G military-specced Motorola i886. The water/temperature/dust/shock/accidentpronesmartphoneuser resistant handset isn’t high-powered on the hardware side, but it does feature an interesting dual-keyboard design. One slides out, while the other is a standard numerical dialpad located below the screen.
The phone features Nextel Direct Connect and is $79.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate.
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