We’ve got a rugged phone protected against hackers from Moto and Sprint today and another Motorola handset, this time protected against Mother Nature. The first is Motorola XPRT, Sprint’s first Android phone with enterprise security, while the second is Motorola Titanium, a rugged piece of work.
XPRT (left in the pic above) uses 256 bit AES data encryption and security schemes that are controlled via enterprise means. Password recovery is also available, as well as remote wipe and locks of all sorts. There’s a 3.1 inch HVGA screen on board, a full QWERTY keyboard and a 1GHz processor in the mix, too. Android 2.2 is the OS of choice and the price is $129, with the product being made avialable by Sprint on June 5.
Motorola Titanium packs a full QWERTY keyboard and it’s an iDen device with a 3.1 inch touchscreen and Android 2.1 as the OS. Military specs for dust, shock and solar radiation are met and you must know that this model is the successor of the Motorola i1, that debuted last year. No pricing or availability yet.
The Titanium also comes with a 5MP camera, WiFi b/g, Stereo Bluetooth, a microSD card slot and a 1820 mAh battery.