Motorola Titanium (Sprint)
03 Aug 2011 | pcmag
Motorola and Sprint need to cut it out. Stop giving the remaining Nextel users, who do real work, inadequate, crippled, embarrassing phones. The Motorola Titanium may become required for the truck drivers, first responders, and other workers who make up Sprint`s remaining iDen subscribers. But while it combines Nextel`s push-to-talk (PTT) service with the Android smartphone OS, it uses an obsolete version of the OS, and it`s one of the slowest An...
Pros: Awesome speakerphone. Nice physical keyboard. Long battery life.
Cons: Pros Awesome speakerphone. Nice physical keyboard. Long battery life.
Verdict: The Titanium is a disappointing media phone, too. (What are you doing watching videos? You should be at work.) The phone has only about 140MB of free memory, but it also comes with a 2GB MicroSD card; my 32GB SanDisk card aso worked fine. Music posit...