Even though we haven’t received an official announcement regarding the Motorola Admiral, it was just outed on Sprint’s YouTube channel. The handy promo video goes over every button in painstaking detail, showing you every corner and crevice of the device in beautiful HD. The device will feature a Blackberry-ish style QWERTY keyboard on its face, along with a 3.1-inch “high resolution” display, 5MP camera on its rear and Sprint’s new and improved Direct Connect feature. I would imagine a formal announcement from Sprint will be made sometime tonight or tomorrow. If you want to see it for yourself, hit up the video below.
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