Motorola i1 Goes Hands-On, Gets Good First Impression


The Motorola i1 is the first Android phone with Push-To-Talk iDen service and Engadget has also got the first legit hands-on with the device. Over a shmoozified meal with Mike Rowe, it seems they grabbed enough pictures and hands-on time to earn a few first impressions, and the outlook is good.


They said that specs aside, the Motorola i1 could be the best FEELING Motorola Android phone around not to mention it’s unblurrified version of BLUR was kind of attractive. Whether the iDEN crowd will take a liking to it? That’s another question.

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  1. better than their other options out there. what else would they use?

  2. Mike Rowe? As in “Dirty Jobs”???

  3. Engadget never seemed that dirty, Must be because of dealing with certain large corporations pr guys.

  4. @Brett, wondering the same..he’s awesome, only actual tv show my three year old would actually watch with me.

  5. It would be nice if the phone was generally better though.

  6. @Brett: Yes, Mike Rowe from “Dirty Jobs” and the Ford F-Series commercials. Mike is the new spokesman for iDen, according to Motorola.

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