Motorola’s latest is a $149.99 smartphone on Sprint’s Now Network, available July 24.
First announced in May, Motorola today gave more details on the Titanium, a tough-as-nails Android smartphone designed to meet military specification for dust, shock, vibration, low vibration, low pressure, solar radition, high temperature and low temperature. For the everyday user, this might be too much, but there’s a market for durability, as evident with Panasonic’s Toughbook line.
On the list of more normal features, the phone has a 3.1-inch touchscreen display, QWERTY keyboard, 5-megapixel camera/camcorder and microSD slot (capable of supporting 32 gigabytes) loaded with a 2-gigabyte memory card. Without a two-year contract on Sprint, the Titanium will run you $249.99.