Are you in the market for a new push-to-talk handset? If so, you can consider the Motorola Clutch i465 – Moto’s first mobile phone that combines the power of push-to-talk and the convenience of QWERTY. With a familiar design and military-tough durability, Motorola Clutch will surely satisfy the messaging needs of even the most serious texters and talkers. Let me expound its features.
Clutch is the first Motorola iDEN, full QWERTY handset with push-to-talk technology designed for easy texting and talking so users can have many ways to get the word out. A full QWERTY keyboard with shortcut keys and software upgrades like IM-style texting allows users to multitask like a champion. If you voice expresses what written words can’t, Clutch’s push-to-talk feature is you verbal IM for keeping in constant contact. Clutch is also made to be gripped even when you play hard. It meets military-specs for extreme conditions including shock, vibration, dust, and solar radiation.
The handset will also offer you the following specs:
• 1.79-inch TFT display with 64k colors and 128 x 160 pixels
• Threaded messaging, MMS, email
• VGA camera
• 20MB of internal memory
• Up to 205 minutes talk time
• Up to 100 hours stand by time
• Measures 4.4 x 2.1 x 0.6 inches
• Weighs 96 grams
According to Motorola, the Clutch i465 is expected to be available in the second quarter of 2009. Pricing have not yet been announced though. In the meantime, you can get your fill of iDEN phones here.
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