Motorola and Nextel today released the Motorola i867 Android-powered smartphone with Push To Talk for iDEN technology in the Brazilian market. Using Motorola's iDEN technology, it offers high performance communication, PTT two-way radio, cellular service, mobile Web access, and text and picture messaging in a single device. Here is more info on this new Push to Talk Android smartphone:
The i867 is also packed with features, including Wi-Fi, 3.1" touchscreen display, music player, Bluetooth stereo technology, a 3.5-millimeter stereo headset jack and a 3-megapixel camera. Store images, videos and music on the included 2-gigabyte microSD HC memory card, or replace it with a card of up to 32 GB, sold separately, to hold even more data.
More than 450,000 applications are available for download from Google Play, and with five display screens providing quick access to frequently used items, there's room to personalize the Motorola i867 with widgets and shortcuts. The device also provides direct access to relationship networks and Google services, such as Google Search, Gtalk, Google Maps and Navegador GPS.
The Motorola i867 comes with the Nextel Email mail application that enables users to connect to their email accounts and exchange messages in real time, with the capacity to configure up to 10 personal accounts and 1 business account and a corporate agenda. The handset has a SWYPE keyboard to facilitate text entry and dual microphones with noise cancellation technology to help make conversations clearer in noisy environments.
Pricing and availability:
The Motorola i867 will be available through Nextel sales channels for R$ 899 and at the promotional price of R$ 499 with a data plan. Customers acquiring the handset with a data plan up to June will receive services free for three months. For further information, see www.nextel.com.br