Sprint related prepaid carrier Boost Mobile has officially outed three low-range spec’d Motorola smartphones – Motorola i412, Motorola Theory, and Motorola Clutch + i475. And we must say, these are not ‘smartphones’ but are just feature phones. Two of these handsets are for the iDEN network, with walkie-talkie services.
The Motorola i412 is a portrait flip phone and is an ideal for those who want a basic mobile phone providing talking, texting, and walkie-talkie capability with which users can easily connect to Boost Mobile’s walkie-talkie services.
Motorola i412 features iTap, which is predictive text entry technology allowing the users to send text messages in a flash. It has also got a VGA camera with zoom, GPS, Bluetooth connectivity, java support and web access.
Motorola Clutch + i475 is a rugged phone and it is the successor of the previous Clutch i465. Equipped with a QWERTY keyboard, it is sporting a landscape display. It has also got VGA camera, Push to Talk features, GPS, Bluetooth, web browser, email access and more.
Motorola Clutch + i475 is also providing walkie-talkie functionality, and the comfortable text messaging with the help of its improved keyboard. Motorola Clutch i475 is measuring 4.20″ (H) x 2.30″ (W) x 0.60 (D) inches, and weighing 4.0 oz.
Motorola Theory is an CDMA handset, equipped with QWERTY keyboard, sporting a 2.4″ QVGA display, a 1.3 megapixels camera, GPS functionality, voice activated speakerphone, Bluetooth connectivity.
Motorola Theory is measuring 4.40″ (H) x 2.40″ (W) x 0.50″ (D) inches, and weighing 3.50 oz.
Price & Availability
Motorola Clutch + i475 is available now for $99.99 in Boost Mobile’s retail stores.
Motorola i412 will be available to purchase, starting from June 13th in Boost Mobile’s stores for $69.99, with general availability by the end of June.
Motorola Theory should be available starting June 7 with a price tag of $79.99.