Video Tour: Motorola Clutch i475
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The Motorola Clutch i475 brings a QWERTY keyboard to Boost Mobile's iDEN-based push-to-talk feature phone lineup.
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The Motorola Clutch i475 is a small messaging phone for Boost Mobile. It has a very good QWERTY keyboard, and decent hardware overall. The buttons work well, and aside from its thickness, is compact and easy to carry about. The system software is limited to feature-phone powers, but it covers all the basics. Here's a video tour so you can see what the Motorola Clutch i475 is all about.
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