TechCrunch: "Back at CTIA 2010, Motorola announced the world’s first rugged Android handset with iDEN push-to-talk functionality: the i1. At launch, Motorola was only willing to spill the beans on one carrier who’d be getting the handset: Sprint.
We just unearthed some pretty irrefutable proof that someone else will be getting the i1: Boost Mobile. Yep — say hello to the first pre-paid Android handset in the US"
According to recent reports, Motorola is expected to roll out the Razr 40 Ultra at some point today. However, that isn’t halting leakers from providing several last-minute leaks.
The Shortcut covers n in-depth interview at Inverse that reveals lots of plans, but little detail about the new Nothing Phone 2, which will be released in the US sometime in 2023