Conclusion: Callers were impressed with the Motorola TITANIUM , rating us an 8.5/10. They said we were a bit nasally, but otherwise were very clear and easy to understand even with a good amount of background noise (which they were unaware of). They were quite loud and clear on our end, with our only complaint that the speaker sounds a bit recessed in the phone. The speakerphone lies below the QWERTY keyboard and was plenty loud.
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
Excerpt: At around £99 unlocked, the Titanium looks like a steal for anyone looking for a rugged smartphone . The device looks very similar in design to the Motorola Droid Pro and XPRT, though the Titanium doesn't feel as solid as its business class cousins. This is particularly odd when you consider that the Titanium meets military specifications for dust, shock, and extreme temperatures.