Motorola Opus One gets Detailed
Motorola’s first iDEN Android phone, the Motorola Opus One gets some detailed love today courtesy of the guys over at boy genius report, and said details aren’t all that bad and should draw a reasonable price tag for the Android 1.5, iDEN service handset.
So here we go with all those details, the Motorola Opus One will sports a 3.1 inch HVGA capacitive touch screen, accelerometer, proximity sensor, a 3 megapixel camera with auto-focus and LED flash, WiFi, Bluetooth, AGPS, microSD expansion and a 2.5mm jack.
Other specs include, Android LBS that integrates into the iDEN GPS engine, Enterprise email, 512MB Flash/256MB of RAM, Flash Lite 3.1x, ActiveSync support, barcode scanner, doc viewer, MOTONAV application, iDEN PTT and PTX, 64k and 128k iDEN SIM card support.
Dimension wise the Motorola Opus One is 118mm long by 58mm wide with a weight of 100 grams and also sports Motorola dual-mic tech noise cancelling for loud environments.