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Motorola Admiral Hits Sprint On October 23 With $100 Price Tag

Move over, Kyocera DuraMax — Sprint has officially announced the Motorola Admiral, the first Android smartphone in their growing Direct Connect lineup, in recent.

The Admiral works with a 1.2 GHz processor, 4GB of internal storage, and 3G hotspot support which are packed in a mil-spec 810G compliant body. The 3.1-inch Video Graphics Display(VGA) constricted in Gorilla Glass fixed above a 4 row QWERTY keyboard. A 5- mega-pixel camera fills the device’s rear.

Keeping aside the lasting and stable body, the Admiral’s another claim to success is its support for Sprint’s CDMA-powered Direct Connect.  With the iDEN network slated to be shuttered in favor of bolstering their CDMA coverage, Direct Connect lets users to chirp to fellow Sprint and Nextel customers with the same reckless abandon as before.

If you’ve been waiting for a rough-and-tumble smartphone that lets you take orders to your crew as well as it lets you fire off a few emails, the Admiral may be worth a second glance. Expect it to hit Sprint’s sales channels on October 23 for $99 after a $50 mail-in rebate.

Source: techcrunch
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