Excerpt: The i1 was introduced by Motorola and Sprint last year to much fanfare with Mike Rowe pimping the rough and tumble Android device with Nextel Direct Connect (DC.) It was a good enough device, but plagued by an out of date version of Android and laggy performance. Motorola is back with the follow-up, the TITANIUM. The successor brings a portrait QWERTY keyboard to the table, but specs remain otherwise similar.
Pros: Military Spec 810G, Good call performance and better battery life than the i1
Cons: Underpowered processor with not enough memory, Mushy, inaccurate keyboard, Only Android 2.1