One, I love phones that have a QWERTY key pad for text messages become so much easier. Two, it is always good to have a phone that has integrated technology capable of automatically improving the clarity in sound whilst communicating. And, three a rugged exterior (meets military specifications) that houses the aforesaid two as a combination is a kind of phone I always look to buy. Apparently, the ticker points at the Motorola Clutch i465 for that QWERTY is definitely there and the iDEN technology will take care of those voice clarity issues. Talk about being rugged, the Clutch is good enough for extreme conditions such as shock, vibration and dust
Leaving my preferences apart, there is ‘more’ to the clutch with a 1.79-inch, 128×160 TFT display. Ah! The video camera is the disappointing VGA and so is the 20MB of user accessible memory. Shipping in Q2, it ain’t just clear which carrier (we sniff Sprint) will offer it eventually. I find my belief a little shaken, for it is the perfect recession phone that serves QWERTY bait with a VGA camera. I Think I’ll dump the plans to go for it!