Monday, 21 November 2011

Motorola Admiral from Sprint reviews specs features specifications price release

Motorola ADMIRAL is the latest smartphone with unique Sprint Direct Connect push-to-talk network to connect to mates and work collegues instantly.
Made with military specs, its toughness lies in its resistance to dust, shock, vibration, extreme temperatures, low pressure environments as well as solar radiation.
Besides, the Corning Gorilla Glass makes the Motorola ADMIRAL’s screen scratch-resistant to high extent making it crystal clear in display even with very harsher usage. Having decent dimension of 61.95×118.95×12.15mm, it weighs 134gms.
Tech Specs:
Motorola ADMIRAL is driven by a 1.2 GHz dual core processor with Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS and 4GB memory expandable up to 32GB using microSD. Supports 3G connectivity and has QWERTY keypad.
A bit of a disappointment in the 5MP camera with digital zoom and LED flash while you can capture and playback only DVD quality video @30fps. Sensors like proximity and ambient light are supported. 1860 mAh battery gives you a great talk time of 9 hours.
Motorola ADMIRAL supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 3G networks and web browser with Android HTML Webkit allows fast access to the information highway.
GPS services supporting Google Maps, eCompass, Navigation and Google Maps Street View are extremely helpful on your travels. Besides, connectivity to Android Market allows you to download hundreds of games and apps.
Google products like Calendar, YouTube, Contact Sync, Google Talk, eBooks and others like calculator, clock etc help you get your work done faster and on the go.
Gmail, Microsoft Exchange, Yahoo Mail, Multimedia messaging, Voice to Text messaging, Instant messaging as well as Voice Mail are all supported.
Available at a cost of $349.99 from the online store of Motorola anywhere across the world, it comes with 1 free car charger.

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