• Motorola Titanium

    The Motorola Titanium is the successor to the Motorola i1 and is a ruggedized Android Phone passing military grade standards - let's just say that you won't easily break this bad boy. It also has Sprint's popular Push-To-Talk feature which should make those working in the field mighty happy.

    With a 3.1-inch screen, Full QWERTY keyboard, 5MP camera, 1820 mAh battery and the sturdiness of a concrete pillar, the Motorola Titanium is definitely for business people who want smartphone features without the nonsense and delicateness.

  • News & Updates

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    Motorola Titanium Getting a Quick Maintenance Upgrade Monday

    While the Motorola Titanium may be able to withstand more damage than your average device, software bugs can still hamper the experience. It’s a good thing Sprint and Motorola are usually good with fixes, though, as they’re releasing a quickie for you all to download. In fact, only one bug is being addressed here – […]

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    Official: Motorola Titanium Launching July 24th at Sprint for $150

    Today Sprint is picking up the beans that were spilled earlier this month, officially announcing the Motorola Titanium for a July 24th release. As its name implies, the Titanium is built tough to withstand the elements, earning the 810G military-spec standard. Along with Android 2.1 and a full QWERTY keyboard, the Titanium also features push-to-talk […]

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    Motorola’s “Military Grade” Titanium Coming to Sprint July 24th

    Just as the name suggests, the Motorola Titanium is a nearly indestructible Blackberry-ish “sturdy qwerty” aimed at the blue collar work force. When the phone was first announced along side the XPRT, Motorola left out any sort of release date or pricing. Well, thankfully the guys over at SprintFeed managed to get their hands on […]

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    Official: Motorola XPRT and Titanium for Sprint Announced; Pair of Exposed-QWERTY Androids

    Sprint has announced the Motorola XPRT and the Motorola Titanium. Both are Androids (or we wouldn’t care, of course) and tailor toward business professionals who need a device capable of keeping up with them. The XPRT is the better of the two and runs Android 2.2 and MOTOBLUR. It has a fully-exposed QWERTY keyboard, support […]

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    Motorola Zeppelin XT800 Flying To China And Back?

    Last week we heard about the first Motorola Android Phone headed to China – the Motorola Zhiling for China Mobile due on December 28th. But Chinese rival China Telekom looks to be getting their own MotoDroid – the Motorola Zeppelin XT800.  The phone packs GSM and CDMA so it will work on China Telecom’s up […]