Review: Motorola ic402
Our in-depth review of Sprint's first CDMA / iDEN hybrid phone, the ic402 Blend, along with its brother Buzz. NEW: Video Tour added
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iDEN handsets are not known in the cell phone industry for their sense of style. Rather, they forgo the slick designs of other phones for a more practical, down-to-earth approach. With their walkie-talkies, iDEN phones are often the handset of choice for blue or gray-collar workers who need an able workhorse of a phone that can withstand the daily rigors of the hard-knock life. But sometimes the hard-hat set needs something more. By combining key features of both iDEN and CDMA technologies, the Motorola ic402 Blend offers a taste of both worlds in a re-packaged and somewhat more hip design.
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Rich and Eric L both use different cameras.
ic402 rvw also forgot Direct Send
No mention of direct talk?
As pertains to the "3 S's"