Motorola Titanium Available At Wirefly For $119.99 [Deals]

Motorola Titanium At Wirefly For $119.99

In early May, Sprint has officially announced the rugged, and Android OS powered Motorola Titanium handset with Nextel Direct Connect service, along with the Motorola XPRT handset. Now tha carrier has started selling the Motorola Titanium handset, priced at $149.99 on a two-year contract. If you don’t want to pay $149 for this 3G-less low-range spec’d handset, you can choose an alternate source, where you will get $30 discount on its original price value. Wirefly retail channel is offering the Motorola Titanium handset for $119.99, and the takers should commit to a two-year contract agreement with the carrier.

Motorola Titanium Full Specifications:

# Android 2.1 Eclair OS (out-dated).
# 3.1-inch TFT Touch Screen (320 X 480 resolution) with Pinch-to-Zoom feature.
# Full portrait QWERTY keyboard.
# 5MP Camera with LED flash, 4x Digital Zoom.
# 512MB inbuilt memory, microSD card slot, with a 2GB memory card included, supporting up to 32GB.
# Nextel Direct Connect for One-to-one Push-to-Talk; Direct Connect, Group Connect, International Direct Connect, DirectSend, Group Messaging and NextMail.
# Military Specification 810G for dust, shock, vibration, low pressure, solar radiation, and etc,.
# 3.5mm headset jack, Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1, GPS with A-GPS support, iDEN 800/900 MHz.
# A powerful 1820mAh Lithium-ion battery to provide talk-time of up to 275 minutes.

Read: Motorola Titanium Full Specifications.

Buy Online

You can now buy the Motorola Titanium at Wirefly Stores (hit the link) for $119.99 on a two-year contract with Sprint. The offer is valid for both the new customers, and the existed customers.

Sprint Stores selling it for $149.99 on the same contract. It will cost you $399.99 as full retail price tag, and no need to sign the contract with the carrier.

Motorola Titanium At Wirefly For $119.99

Motorola Titanium's Price Value At Sprint

[Source: Wirefly, Sprint]

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