Motorola has launched the Motorola i1, which is the first push-to-talk mobile phone that is running on the Android OS. This is the old school push to talk device running on the advanced Android platform. The reviews have been dismal primarily because of the processing speed when you attempt to run applications and the web, and also because all the protection elements (i.e. battery covers, headphone jack cover, etc…) make it very difficult to manage the device. You can see the video review below from Android Central, but the final assessment is that if you absolutely need a push to talk phone, you might want to consider the Android powered Motorola i1, otherwise you probably need to look at getting a higher end Android handset.
Here’s the video review of the Motorola i1 Android phone: