In an official press release about the new "Gold Standard" CDMA push-to-talk service coming this year, Sprint let everyone know that one of the new featured PTT phones will be an Android model. The details are slim, only stating that it will be "an Android Smartphone with a touch screen and a QWERTY keyboard." Further details say that the featured phones will be from Motorola and Kyocera.

While many of us have no need,
PTT is still a very popular service

that many people need in their jobs. We're all glad to see Nextel and the iDEN network die a painless death, and Android seems ready to help get the CDMA version of it ready. The full press release is after the break. [


Sprint's new 'Gold Standard' in push-to-talk will feature an Android QWERTY phone

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