Sprint Nextel i930 Smartphone Photo Shoot

By Kris Kumar on Tuesday, December 6, 2005

The folks over at Sprint-Nextel were kind enough to send us the Motorola i930 for a review. Before I plunge in to the review process, I decided to do a quick photo shoot. The i930 is the first Smartphone to sport the Walkie-Talkie feature and a ruggedized body, both of which are Nextel trademarks. Smile This Smartphone runs on Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition and lacks Bluetooth connectivity. I have had this Smartphone in my hands for only a couple of hours now, yet on the positive side I noticed that this Smartphone has a couple of user interface improvements that everyone will appreciate and it also includes a built-in GPS sensor.

Figure 1: Click on the image for the full size image. (791 KB)

Enjoy the photo shoot and stay tuned for a detailed review. Smile

Figure 2: Presenting the first rugged Smartphone.

Figure 3: Check out the glossy finish. I wonder if it is scratch resistant? Confused

Figure 4: The i930's cousin, the Motorola MPx220 (left).

Figure 5: The cab-yellow home screen catches your eye the moment you flip open this Smartphone.

Figure 6: I haven't installed the screen capture utility and this photograph doesn't do justice to the home screen. Notice how for the highlighted icon, it shows the text label underneath the icon. In this case it reads "Contacts." This simple feature improves usability. Cool

Figure 7: The buttons are small compared to the overall size of the Smartphone. Sad

Feel free to ask any questions related to this Smartphone. I will try my best to answer them here or in my review. Wink

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