Motorola iDen Slider is a shiny cell phone which is shows up on FCC.The model name is Motorola Debut i856….
After Boost Mobile, Sprint launches the Motoroa Debut i856 push-to-talk slider mobile phone. The iDEN device is designed to use with Nextel Direct Connect push-to-talk service for instant communication between two people or a group of people, next door or in the next state.
A shiny new slider from Motorola has appeared on the FCC’s site with iDen push-to-talk capabilties in tow. The phone, identified as the Motorola i706, features a metallic face and a metal band around the shell, with a large walkie-talkie button on the side.
Motorola Debut doesn’t come with a QWERTY keypad, but it is, however, the company’s first iDEN slider phone. The Motorola Debut features a 2.2-inch TFT display, 1.3-megapixel camera with video capture, Bluetooth, GPS, voice activated dialing, IM capabilities, and supports up to 8GB microSD card capacities,a 3.5mm audio jack.t is also capable of mobile web. The handset includes built-in MP3 player with 3D audi equilizer.
The naming is in line with Motorola’s other devices on Sprint’s Nextel network. A user manual posted on the FCC site identifies the PTT capabilities as Motorola’s Mototalk technology.It’s now available on Boost Mobile for $169.99. It may be a bit on the average side as far as specs are concerned, but you’ve got to admit, this is one of the better looking iDEN phones available in the market today.