The Motorola Titanium is a midrange Android 2.1 phone with a 3.1″ touchscreen display, and a 4-row keyboard on the front. No, you didn’t read that incorrectly – it’s running an already outdated version of Android: Eclair. Nevertheless, those who are looking at a device like this probably care more about features like its push-to talk direct-connect ability thanks to Nextel services and the addition of a push-to-talk button on the left side of the phone.
Motorola has been a leader as far as hardware build quality goes, and the Titanium is no exception. It’s army storng, and is certified to ‘Military Specification 810G’ for dust, shock, vibration, low pressure, solar radiation, high temperature and low temperature. The Titanium is clearly not your top-of-the-line, superphone, but as far as rugged iDEN devices running Android, this is probably your best option. If that’s your cup of tea, check out the video review below for more info: