If you've been following along closely, you'll have noticed that we've already spoken in brief about the device by the name of TITANIUM before. What you may not know is the reason why this phone seems so very similar to the Motorola XPRT but doesn't quite add up in the specs. Why would a phone from the same Manufacturer look SO similar to its more popular cousin and yet not have at least the same version of Android? Why, because the TITANIUM is hardcore, that's why!
What you're looking at here is a device that has a 5-megapixel camera, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR1, Quickoffice out of the box, a 32GB capable microSD card slot stocked with a 2GB card installed, Wi-fi 802.11 b/g, and integrated GPS. This device weighs in at 5.2 ounces (147.2 grams), sizes in at 2.44 inch x 4.71 inch x 0.53 inch (62.2mm x 119.7mm x 13.5mm), and has one gigantic battery for how small the device itself is at 1820 mAh. This means you'll be rolling around for days and days more than likely.
But where does the TITANIUM come in? In the fact that it meets Military Specification 810G for dust, shock, vibration, low pressure, solar radiation, high temperature and low temperature. That means you can do pretty much anything to this handset and it'll survive the war against the elements. Thustly this phone does not have the best and most advanced insides because it's not intended for early adapters like you and I, it's created for construction workers! How about that?