Motorola i1 on Sprint

The good news is that those of you who have to have Nextel's push-to-talk service and have been dying for an Android phone can now have it in the Motorola i1. Otherwise, there's not a whole lot to get excited about here.

It's a pretty basic candybar-style phone, running Android 1.5. It feels just fine in the had, through the software runs a little slow (that could just be a demo thing) and feels a little underpowered. But, again, it's the first iDEN Android phone (or the "World's only," depending on who you ask), and that's no small thing. But unless you absolutely have to have push-to-talk, you'll likely be looking elsewhere.

Hands-on video and pics after the break.

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Hands-on with the Motorola i1 iDEN Android phone on Sprint

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