This is my next has gotten its hands on what is thought to be pictures of the Motorola Pax for Sprint. The handset is expected to have a dual-core processor, come running Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and will support Sprint’s new CDMA 1X Advanced push-to-talk network.
On the CDMA 1X push-to-talk network, Paget Alves, president-Sprint Business previously said “Our customers are asking for broadband push-to-talk now…We’ve seen steadily increasing demand for faster data speeds, better and broader coverage, and more applications on push-to-talk devices. Sprint Direct Connect is designed to solve for all three, and is expected to come with sub-second push-to-talk call set-up time initially in Sprint CDMA RevA coverage areas. Sub-second call set up is expected to expand across the U.S. with the implementation of Network Vision.”
Alves added, “We believe the new push-to-talk service powered by a broadband network and featuring competitively priced rugged handsets and smart phones will represent an unmatched offering in the market.”
The Pax’s thickness is also thought to mean it’s packing a long-life battery; however, that has not been confirmed. You can check out the source link for more pictures.
What do you think? Is the Pax pocket-worthy?
[via This is my next]