Motorola To Unveil “Military Grade” Titanium To Sprint On July 24

A leaked memo is giving hints to Motorola’s upcoming release of its “military grade” Titanium on the Sprint network on July 24.

If you are looking for a phone that runs on Android OS, has got a QWERTY keyboard then Motorola Titanium would be a good choice for you. The handset was initially announced together with Moto’s XPRT, which boasts the same form factor. Due to a recently leaked image of an internal memo it seems like Sprint is going to launch the Titanium on July 24.

Titanium includes the Military specification 810G for dust, shock, vibration, temperature extremes, and above all solar radiation. The Titanium is also equipped by Nextel’s direct connect feature, which is very uncommon these days.

The Titanium has incorporated a physical keyboard which is the hold up to dust and shock. Titanium is available at a very reasonable price of $149.99 on contract which is purely meant for the business users.

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