Motorola Titanium Video Review Part 1

Sydney Myers
Teen Lifestyle Editor from Dallas, TX
Published: August 9, 2011

The Titanium is being touted as the Android phone for business users. It comes with enterprise features like Quickoffice, Corporate Directory, a corporate e-mail client, and Personal Portal. Not only that, but the Titanium also uses Nextel's DirectConnect feature for quick and easy communication.

Unfortunately, the Titanium ranks on the low-end of the spectrum. It is powered by a slow 504 MHz processor, ships with an outdated version of Android, and because it uses Nextel's iDEN network for data, web browsing will be very slow unless you're connected to WiFi. On the upside, it has a terrific QWERTY keyboard and a decent camera. Check out the full review to see if the Titanium if the phone for you.

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