Motorola has announced a new Android powered handset in the US at the start of CTIA, the Motorola i1.

The new handset, which will be heading to Sprint, also comes with the claim that it is the world's first Push-To-Talk Android powered smartphone.

That factoid to one side, you'll get a 3.1-inch touch screen, Wi-Fi, a 5-megapixel camera and Opera's Mini 5 browser pre-installed when it hits Sprint over the summer.

However before you get excited about running the latest apps, like the HTC Hero, also available on the Sprint network, the handset will currently come with Android 1.5 rather than the latest build, 2.1, as found on the new Nexus One and soon to be updated Motorola Droid.

Other elements to brag about to your friends will be a removable 2GB memory card included in the box, Adobe Flash support, and Swype pre-installed.