Motorola Admiral Detailed in Sprint Video, Termed Productivity Powerhouse

September 23, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Chances are that you haven’t yet had a closer look at this mystery device from the Moto stables. The Motorola Admiral has now made an appearance with almost all specs out in the open.

A video revealed by Sprint, maybe inadvertently – lays bare almost all we wanted to know about the smartphone.

If you remember, earlier in August we had brought you news of this smartphone with no 4G spotted along with other two 4G devices in the Sprint network.

A video released on YouTube gives us a clear overview of the handset. Some of the features of the Android device revealed in the video are a 3.1-inch touchscreen, four-row QWERTY keyboard, 5-megapixel rear camera with LED flash, four navigation controls.

You can find a handful buttons like volume button, direct connect button and a charger accessory slot on the left side and mute button, power button and headset jack on the top and camera button on the right of the handset.

The device which promises more multimedia experience comes with features like web browsing, Twitter, Facebook, Netflix, HD video recording and also apps, games, books and so on from the Android market. It supports Bluetooth,Wi-Fi, Sprint Mobile Hotspot and TV, GPS, and lot more.

There are no details of the processor, RAM and memory capabilities of the handset, though.

We are surprised with the way the carrier has introduced the phone even before Motorola making an announcement. We are now waiting to hear from the maker on launch and pricing.

Watch Sprint’s Motorola Admiral two-and-half-minute video here.

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