Motorola Titanium

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Market Status: Available in India

Release Date: 2011-07-24

Updated on:Aug 28, 2014

Users Viewed:2,672

3 7 Reviews

This item is permanently discontinued.

Key Features

  • Android v2.1
  • 3.1 Inch, 320x480 px display, LCD
  • 5 MP Primary Camera
  • WiFi
  • 200 MB Internal Memory, Expandable up to 32 GB
  • 1800 mAh, Li-Ion battery

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Motorola Titanium Specifications

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General Information

Brand Motorola
Model Titanium
SIM Slot(s) Single SIM, GSM
Touch Screen
Yes, Capacitive Touchscreen
150 grams
120 x 62.5 x 14.50 mm
Box Contents Handset, Battery, Charger, Earphone, USB Cable, User Manual, Warranty Card


Operating System Android v2.1
Sensors Accelerometer, Proximity sensor


Internal Memory
200 MB
Expandable Memory
Yes, Up to 32 GB


Screen Size
3.1 Inch
Screen Resolution
320 x 480 pixels
Pixel Density
186 ppi
Display Type LCD


Main Camera
Yes, 5 MP, Auto focus
Video Recording
320x240 @ 14, Video streaming
Yes, Digital Zoom
Camera Features Smile detection, Scenes, Continuos Shooting, Multi Shot


1800 mAH, Li-ion
Talk Time
Up to 6.66 Hours(2G)

Internet & Connectivity

No, Rev.A
Yes, Wi-Fi 802.11, a/b/g
Yes, v2.1
Yes, with A-GPS
USB Connectivity
microUSB,microUSB 2.0

7 Expert Reviews for Motorola Titanium

Overall Expert Rating (3 Out of 5 based on 4 ratings)


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  • Motorola Titanium (Sprint)
    Sascha Segan
    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...

  • Review: Motorola Titanium
    31 Jul 2011 | phonescoop

    Motorola`s latest iDEN device for Sprint Nextel brings Android, push-to-talk, and a physical QWERTY keyboard to the table. Together, they make for a fine Android phone, though it`s not without a few hiccups....

  • Motorola Titanium (Sprint)
    Nicole Lee
    30 Jun 2011 | cnet

    Even though Sprint has indicated it will start the transition from iDEN to CDMA by the end of the year , it continues to release iDEN devices. Sprint has said that it will phase out its iDEN services by 2013, so it still has a few more years left to......

    Pros: The Motorola Titanium is military-certified for durability. It has a responsive touch screen, a great tactile keyboard, push-to-talk functionality, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and good call quality.

    Cons: The Motorola Titanium is saddled with Android 2.1 Eclair. It does not have 3G speeds. Performance can be a little sluggish.

    Verdict: The Motorola Titanium is probably the best iDEN smartphone available, but with outdated software and no 3G, it`s far from the most advanced Android handset....

  • Sprint to probably bring out Motorola Titanium this July
    30 Jun 2011 | newlaunches

    We`ve just heard rumors of Sprint`s plans to release an Android smartphone with a full QWERTY keyboard soon. The phone, Motorola Titanium, might just show up by the 24th of July with a price tag of $149.99 probably, though the real price on this one......

  • Motorola Titanium
    Digital Trends Staff
    05 May 2011 | digitaltrends

    The Motorola Titanium is a smartphone that’s great for work and play. Many features on this phone are designed to enhance the user’s personal and professional productivity through ease-of-use. There’s a physical keyboard and a touchscreen that allows for varied use of messaging. With features like Direct ConnectSM, Group ConnectSM and Talk GroupSM you can connect to one or many people with the push of a button. Hear and be heard via dual m...

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