This post actually was already in a draft 3 days ago, but due to another activity that we can’t leave it, it been neglected for a while. Now we are ready to give it to you. Motorola Admiral comes with Candy bar form factor with physical qwerty keyboard. Usually this kind of combination between Qwerty Keyboard and Candy Bar types is called as Qwerty Bar form factor.
It has 3.1 inches diagonal display screen and uses the TFT capacitive touchscreen with 16M colors. the touchscreen also has Gorilla Glass display as a screen scratch protection, has accelerometer for auto rotate, the proximity sensor for auto turn off and support for multi touch input method with touch sensitive controls.
Oh, almost forget about one more thing on the 3.1″ display touchscreen properties. It uses 480 x 640 pixel resolution (up to 258 ppi). For the body size, the Admiral comes with 118.95 mm x 61.95 mm x 12.15 mm, and for the weight, it has 134 grams.
This Motorola Admiral also known as Motorola Admiral XT603 (code series) and in US it uses CDMA technology along with Sprint Carrier. It supports for EVDO Rev.A up to 3.1Mbps with works under CDMA2000 1xEV-DO and CDMA 800/ 1900 Mhz.
Motorola Admiral Sprint User Guide / Manual – Quick Resume
We recommend you to download and read the User Manual / User Guide of Motorola Admiral front Sprint Website (the mirror, see on “PDF Download” sections). The reason behind this recommendation is the content that provided for both Manual are almost alike but the size of the pdf file is much smaller on Sprint version site. On Sprint website, the User Guide of Motorola Admiral is about 4MB but in Motorola site has a larger size which about 12MB. It is almost 3 times huger.
The figure above is the tutorial image on how you can learn about Motorola Admiral. It’s about the keys and buttons also parts of the features available in the Admiral. For example, there is the location of Power / Lock key that you can find, the headset jack, the voice keys, the microphone the microUSB connector to charge your Admiral battery and to connect to PC or laptop, Home/Menu/Search/Back Keys, and more. See on page 17 and 18 on the UM to find out the details about these.
Let jump onto page 56 and 57. You’ll find the tutorial how you can Backup dan Restore your Data on Admiral and also how you can resetting your phone. The Reset tutorial here usually also named as Factory Data Reset, Hard Reset or Master Reset. Here are the steps instruction that been written in there: Touch Menu > Settings > Privacy > Factory data reset > Erase Internal stora or Erase SD card (selection) > Touch Reset > Erase everything > Done. Back button to cancel. Remember to back up your data before performing this action.
Another tutorial that you can follow are, how to pair the bluetooth, using sprint account, taking picture with camera and working with video recording, connect the wi-fi, set the alarm clock, and more.
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Motorola Admiral Sprint Technical Specifications
Motorola Admiral powered with Android v2.3.4 Gingerbread and for the CPU it armored by using 1.2GHz processor Qualcomm MSM8655 Snapdragon chipset with Adreno 205 GPU (Graphic). For the memory, there is a built in internal memory storage 4GB with external microSD capability slot up to 32GB. The 1.2GHz Processor also works along with 512MB RAM.
As Android Gadget, you’ll have a preloaded Google Applications such as Google Search, Gmail, Google Talk, Google Maps (Navigation and Street View available), Google eBook, Google Latitude, Google Calendar, Google Contact Sync, Google Search by Voice and many others which ready to be used on the Admiral for Sprint XT603.
For the Camera, the Admiral attached with 5 Megapixel camera, with digital zoom LED Flash, touch focus, automatic focus, Video Recording aka Camcorder that capable to record video up to 480p @30fps and Image Editor. Unfortunately, there front facing camera for Video Calling ain’t available in this smartphone.
Another bad news for you is that the Admiral doesn’t have a FM Radio but it has a GPS. And for connectivity features in the case you wanna transfer your data to others device the Admiral equipped with microUSB v2.0 for high data transfer, Bluetooth version 2.1 with A2DP that usually uses to connect wireless stereo headset (with Enhanced Data Rate). And of course the Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n to connect to the internet via access point hotspot, supports DLNA, and along with EVDO Rev.A you ca share you 3G CDMA data with others through Wi-Fi mobile portable hotspot.
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Table of Contents of Motorola Admiral Sprint User Guide
Wireless and Network Settings
Battery and Data Manager Settings
Location and Security Settings
Language and Keyboard Settings
Voice Input and Output Settings
Date and Time Settings
Calendar and Tools;
Alarm Clock and Timer
Update Your Phone Software
Accounts and Messaging
Applications and Entertainment;
Download Apps from the Web
Sprint TV and Moviews
Additional Lifestyle Features;
NASCAR Sprint Cup Mobile
Sprint Footbal Live,
Web and Data;
Digital Living DLNA,
Important Safety Information
Motorola Admiral Sprint User Guide / User Manual PDF Download
Please read the picture tutorial below in order to get quick help on how you can work with your Motorola Admiral for the first time. It is the tutorial on how you can open the back cover case, charge the battery, also insert or remove microSD card removable storage memory and how you can remove and assemble the battery to its compartment. Further elaboration about this can be found at page 12 of Admiral PDF Manual.
To the point, here are the download links of User Guide of Motorola Admiral for Sprint. Suggestion: download from Sprint would be the best for you.