updated 05:40 pm EST, Mon December 21, 2009
Push-to-talk Android handset
Detailed specs have emerged for Motorola's upcoming Opus One push-to-talk Android handset, according to the Boy Genius Report. The device reportedly features Wi-Fi connectivity and a 3.1-inch capacitive touchscreen with 320x480 resolution, while the Android 1.5 OS is powered by a "Zeus" CPU. Motorola also integrates an accelerometer, proximity sensor, and dual microphones to help reduce background noise.
Pre-loaded utilities are said to include a corporate e-mail client with ActiveSync support, Motorola's navigation app, a barcode scanner and a document viewer, among others.
The Opus One is expected to arrive soon on Sprint's iDEN network, although a launch date and pricing remain unknown.