When we say we have specifications, boy, do we mean it. One of our connects has sent us the full rundown on Motorola's Opus One (their first iDEN Android handset) that we revealed a little while back.
The features on the device are actually pretty reasonable, and we'd imagine it to sell for a reasonable attractive price point at release. The Motorola Opus One will run Android 1.5 with iDEN service enhancements, make use of a "Zeus" CPU, and will feature a 3-megapixel autofocus camera.
- 3.1-inch hVGA 320×480 capacitative touchscreen display
- 3-megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash
- Proximity sensor
- Wi-Fi 802.11b/g
- microSD card slot
- 2.5mm headset jack
- Home, Menu, Back, Speaker buttons are capacitive buttons with haptic feedback
- iDEN PTT & PTX
- Android LBS which is integrated into the iDEN GPS engine
- "Enterprise email"
- Plastic-moulded housing with some rubberised texture finishes
- 58mm in width, 118mm in length
- 100g weight
- 512MB Flash / 256MB of RAM
- 64k and 128k iDEN SIM card support
- Motorola dual-mic technology noise-cancelling for noisy enviroments
- Flash Lite v3.1.x
- Some of the preloaded apps include: corporate email client with ActiveSync support, MOTONAV navigation app, barcode scanner and document viewer.
That's what we have for you on the Motorola Opus One at this time. Not the most mind-blowing Android device, but with it being an iDEN device and all, we'll cut it some slack and even say that it could do reasonably well at launch.
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