Review: Motorola ic402
May 3, 2007, 5:28 PM by Eric Zeman
Our in-depth review of Sprint's first CDMA / iDEN hybrid phone, the ic402 Blend, along with its brother Buzz. NEW: Video Tour added
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.
Jan 13, 2007
Phone Scoop reports from CES 2007 in Las Vegas, plus the Apple iPhone. New phones from Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, Nokia, LG and UTStarcom.
Motorola's newest flagship phone ticks all the standard boxes for a high-end phone, but it also has one totally unique feature: a wide-angle camera with a full 50 megapixel resolution, the same as the main camera. The selfie camera has a similarly unheard-of resolution at 60 megapixel.
Motorola has a new $500 phone and it's kind of a big deal. While Motorola has been successful with more affordable phones lately, not since 2017 have all of the big three US carriers offered a Motorola phone over $400.
Motorola has a new phone specifically for "business" folks. It's a high-end phone with a design inspired by Lenovo's ThinkPad laptops.
Sep 12, 2023
Apple has revealed the iPhone 15 series, which moves to a USB-C connector and brings several key features from last year's Pro models to the more-affordable standard models. These include the pill-shaped sensor cutout in the display that Apple calls Dynamic Island, a brighter display that can reach 2000 nits, a 48 megapixel main camera, and the A16 Bionic processor chip.
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"