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Motorola i886 runs some form of Android -- without a touchscreen?

Written By Blog PageRank 2 on Sunday, December 15, 2013 | 8:32 AM

Motorola announced the i886 iDEN handset for Sprint Nextel on January 10. It is 1 of Motorola's very first rugged handsets with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Soon after spending numerous minutes making use of it, it is clear that the operating method is primarily based on Android. The i886's inner menu systems show that it is operating Android.


From what we can inform, the i886 seems to be utilizing a J2ME virtual machine to allow Java applications to run on on leading of the core Android platform The i886 does not have the Android Market on board, nor numerous of the native Android applications (which are made for use with touch screens).

Neither Motorola nor Sprint has previously pointed out something about the i886's application, other than to call it "proprietary." It does have access to a GetJar application catalog, but with no a formal explanation from Motorola/Sprint, we're left with several, numerous concerns unanswered.


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Title: Motorola i886 runs some form of Android -- without a touchscreen?
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