It looks like yet another Motorola Android smartphone is on the way. The Motorola Opus One, Moto's first iDEN Android device, has been fully specced by Boy Genius. They've revealed the device as a nice little mid-range Android 1.5 smartphone. Nothing about the Opus One is mind-blowing, but it should make a solid budget handset. The Opus One has a 3.1" capacitive touchscreen display, a 3MP camera with autofocus and LED flash, an accelerometer, proximity sensor, and WiFi b/g. It will pack Bluetooth functionality, a microSD slot, a 2.5 mm headphone jack, and capacitive home/menu/back and speaker buttons with haptic feedback. The Opus One will launch with enterprise email support, 512 mb of flash memory, and 256 MB of RAM. It supports 64k and 128k iDEN SIM cards. This new device packs A-GPS and Flash Lite v3.1.x. This new iDEN device seems designed to be attractive for business use. It has enterprise email, ActiveSync support, and even a document viewer. We'll see if the Opus One attracts any enterprise clients when it launches, presumably, in Q1 of next year.
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