Well what have we here? Looks like a screenshot of Sprint's latest playbook, and there are a few interesting things for Android lovers on the list. July 11 looks to be a good day. First up would be the Motorola i1 (see our hands-on) hitting the shelves at your local Sprint store. If you don't remember, that's the mid-spec military grade Android handset with push-to-talk functions. Perfect for the jobsite, or the tackle box. We also have the addition of Nextel Direct Connect on Sprint plans -- not sure what to expect here, but launching in tandem with the Moto i1 makes it something to keep an eye on. Next up is the rollout of 4G in more cities. We can see the whole line here, but what's visible is:
- Merced, Calif.
- Rochester, New York
- Eugene, Ore.
- Syracuse, New York
- Tri-cities ares of Washington (Kennewick, Richland and Pasco)
- Visalia, Calif.
- Yakima, Wash.
Put that $10 premium data fee to good use if you're living in one of these cities! And last, but not least, the launch of the Samsung Intercept M910. We saw this one go through the FCC not too long ago and may well be the Moment 2. Something tells me the fellas will learn a bit more about this one when they head back to the big apple for the Samsung event next week. Stay tuned, you know you'll get all the details as they happen right here at Android Central. [BGR]