Motorola Shows Off Two New Nextel Phones
Jul 27, 2007, 1:31 PM by (staff)
Motorola yesterday previewed two new walkie talkie phones for Sprint.
- ic602: A successor to the Blend / Buzz line of CDMA / iDEN hybrid phones. Features the same clamshell design but adds a camera to the Buzz's monochrome external screen.
- i335: An entry level ruggedized candybar phone for the iDEN network with a sleeker look than past models. Features a small color screen and the typical walkie talkie and speakerphone features.
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What would you do?
If you were hired to design the next Nextel handset... what would it be like? I'm curious to find out what most people really want from their Nextel phones that they don't have already and ALSO which Nextel featu
Talk About Beaten to Death...
Crappy? Try again.
They might not be what you are looking for in a handset, but the fact of it is that Nextel formed a niche market with large corporations, contractors, and things of the like...with..."crappy" handsets.
Nextel is sticking to what made them suck in the first place, their crappy handsets.
you clearly have no idea what you're talking about. As the other responder said, the Nextel phones, while not sexy, are QUITE solid.
Everyone is quick to point out how the Razr design has been beaten to the ground but what about the iDen Moto Nextels? Are they not the most boring/ugly phones on the planet or what? It's nice to know that while
What more could you ask for?
The i602 should be a hot seller
8525, BB Pearl, BB Curve, BB 8800, Moto v365 & LG CU400!!!
PDA phones anyone???
the i290, i425 and the i876
the i290 is a slim replacement to the i265 and the i425 is a slim replacement to replace the i415 on boost (essentially the boost variant of the i290)
the i876 is the i870 without the mp3 player and slimmer to replace the i850
J2ME or Linux
they look like...
i love tough-ass phones...
Why a new non-hybrid iDEN handset?