Updating the boostmobile motorola i1
For the price of 9.99 you’ll get a pay as you go smartphone featuring a 3.1-inch touchscreen military grade hardware to combat the roughest elements and keep our little green robot safe. When the latest edition of Sprint’s playbook magazine (for authorized dealers) leaked earlier this month, we learned that the Motorola i1 had been marked on their calendar for a July 25th launch (following rumors that July 20th would be its landing date).
Today, Sprint’s confirming those rumors with an official announcement. Unfortunately, Sprint’s latest Playbook didn’t reveal anything new regarding the Samsung Epic 4G (like a release date and price), but the lesser-anticipated Motorola i1 seems to have gotten a final retail date.
And with 1,100 Best Buy locations, 80 Best Buy Mobile stores and exclusive Boost Mobile stores nationwide, customers will not have to search far to find this hot handset."The i1 has an industry-leading 5MP camera, a vivid 3.1-inch HVGA display, and is one of the first devices to feature the new optimized Opera Mini 5 Web Browser.
Combined with the Boost Mobile 'Monthly Unlimited' service, with unlimited nationwide talk, text and Web for per month, staying connected has never been easier.
It's not exactly high-end, but if you're an Android lover who needs an all you can eat plan on the cheap, this might be the one for you.According to the calendar section of the magazine for third-party authorized Sprint dealers, its launch is said to be happening July 25th, 2010. Right in line with what we just learned regarding Sprint’s plans for launching the Motorola i1 under their own brand, they’ve announced that Boost Mobile will also be launching the phone June 20th.This release, however, will be an in-store launch exclusively for Boost Mobile and all Best Buy/Best Buy Mobile stores. According to an internal launch calendar grabbed by BGR, Sprint’s planning a pair of device launches on July 11th.Their Android Software Upgrade list has been updated accordingly.I suppose the good news is that the Motorola Flipout, Charm, and i1 will be stuck at Android 2.1 as …
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Sprint’s announced that their rugged Motorola i1 – the first and only PTT Android phone on their i DEN network – will soon be receiving a maintenance upgrade over the air.