Sprint just added a new Android phone to its lineup and this is a rugged phone we’re talking about, the Motorola i886 model. This device runs an unknown version of Android and features a side-sliding QWERTY keyboard. The price tag is $79.99 for this handset that comes with Nextel Direct Connect.


The specs also include Stereo Bluetooth, a 2MP camera, GPS and group messaging. The main focus of this phone isn’t a high end list of specs, but rather being tough and resilient. Thus, it’s no wonder that Moto i886 complies to 810G military specs, so it can face shock, vibration, dust and extreme temperatures.

The $79.99 price tag includes a $50 mail in rebate and a 2 year contract.

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