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Motorola have pulled the wraps of their latest entry level device, the i867. This one is destined for Brazil via Nextel, and will be available in a couple of promotions on the carrier. 

So what do we have? One of the biggest features that they're pushing with this device is the Push To Talk two-way radio. Such features are still pretty desirable around the world, despite not being something we usually look for around here. 

Otherwise, specs are definitely low end. 3.1-inch screen, an included 2GB MicroSD card -- support is there for 32GB though -- and Android 2.1. Thats right, it launches with Eclair. Low end or not, that's pretty unacceptable in 2012. The i867 is available from Nextel now. 

Source: Motorola

 
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Motorola and Nextel launch the i867 Push To Talk smartphone in Brazil

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Nextel phones are known for their ruggedness. In fact, when I had one that was the primary reason; PTT wasn't even secondary. I know there's a market for rugged Android phones, but why are their specs always so anemic?

before people start bashing Sprint. Remember this is Nextel International and not Sprint-Nextel, it's a totally different company.