By Stephen Schenck | September 22, 2011 7:03 PM
We’ve seen Motorola’s Admiral show up in still images before, but now we have the opportunity to see the phone in action, thanks to an introductory video Sprint has uploaded to YouTube.
There aren’t any features mentioned here that we weren’t already expecting for the Admiral, but the video does offer a nice once-over of the phone’s layout, showing off button arrangement, that may help you get a better sense of its design that you were previously able to. Those hardware buttons lining the Admiral’s flanks include one for Sprint’s new Direct Connect system, delivering an IDEN-like push-to-talk environment over CDMA
The five-device hotspot support may not be the feature it used to be, but it will still get your gadgets online in a pinch. The Admiral has a 3.1-inch VGA display, 4GB of internal flash storage, and a five-megapixel camera capable of recording 720p video. The 1.2GHz single-core phone will arrive running Android 2.3 and will be ruggedized against dust, shock, and general user clumsiness. There’s no word yet on an ETA.
Via: Android Central