The Motorola XPRT has been available on Sprint for a good month now, but the Moto Titanium, which was made official alongside the XPRT, has been without any official launch details ever since it was announced back in May. That changes today, as a document leaked to SprintFeed has revealed both the Titanium's launch date and its pricing details. The portrait QWERTY-packin' device will be hitting shelves on July 24th for $149.99 after a two-year contract and all applicable discounts.
With a 3.1-inch 320x480 display, 5-megapixel camera, and Android 2.1, the Titanium isn't exactly the most high-end device. It does feature support for Push to Talk on Sprint's iDEN network and a rugged frame, though, meaning it should appeal to folks that need a good workhorse phone. Or, you know, anyone that really loves Send and End keys.