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Motorola i776 Brings The Antenna Back

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Motorola i776 Brings The Antenna BackMotorola looks like trying and making antennas chic again, with their freshly-leaked i776. The phone targets the mid-range market but the antenna will surely force buyers to think twice before they invest their money on it because mobile phone antennas certainly look out of place in 2008. The Motorola i776 ends up on iDEN networks, probably on Nextel and Boost in the States. Motorola i776 is a prepaid handset for Sprint’s Boost division with following features:

* Built-in GPS receiver.
* 3.5 hours of talk time and 84 hours of Standby Time.
* 600 contact capacity.
* Built-in Bluetooth.
* i776 can be used as wireless modem due to its miniUSB port.
Flip style.

Anyhoo, Target’s product page reveals that it’ll be a prepaid device for Sprint’s Boost division, offering 600-contact capacity, 3.5-hour talk time, GPS. The page claims the phone to be available in stores (not available online) but we are not sure if you will actually find one somewhere as Boost hasn’t officially announced the phone yet.

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