Updating the boostmobile motorola i1
On the Nextel side, the Motorola i1 is the new name for the prevously leaked Opus One.
However, a press-release (in Spanish) issued today shows that June 20 is the lucky day for enthusiasts, and that the Boost Mobile Monthly Unlimited plan is a go with this handset.The Palm C40 is a new unknown device already listed internally with no further information and the Black Berry Tour 2 9650 is also listed which will include Wi-Fi and Black Berry OS 5.0.The Black Berry Pearl Flip will also launch this year and will include upgraded features from the initial version found on Verizon.Even if it is not one of the best Android phones, it is still unexpected when this kind of more advanced smartphone, richer with features and functionality is added to prepaid lineup.
Few setbacks are present with Boost Mobile’s Motorola i1. It is dressed in a rubber and hard plastic but if you think about it, being resistant to almost anything, except water, than it’s not such a bad thing.First but not without a hope is that the phone is equipped with Android 1.5 operating system but Motorola released the Backflip with 1.5 and now have a 2.1 update available. What makes it more attractive is a large 3.1-inch HVGA touch screen with the capacitive glass display that responds quickly., that will lower your monthly bill every six on-time payments up to 18 months maximum and your bill as low as a month, this is more than a good deal.