Sprint’s Boost Mobile has officially announced three new Motorola phones: Clutch + i475, Theory, and i412. In case you’re wondering, none of these run Android – they’re just featurephones.
Motorola Clutch + i475 is the successor to the original Clutch i465. It’s rugged and comes with a full QWERTY keyboard, Push to Talk, a “large” landscape display, GPS, Bluetooth, Web browser, email, and a VGA photo camera.
Boost says the Clutch + i475 is available starting today for $99.99 in its exclusive retail stores, and online.
The Motorola Theory is not rugged, but, just like the new Clutch, it has a landscape display, full QWERTY keyboard, GPS, and Bluetooth. It also features a 1.3MP camera, and should be available starting June 7.
The last new phone, the Motorola i412, is a clamshell with Push to Talk, GPS, Bluetooth, and a VGA camera. It will be released by Boost on June 13 for $69.99.
Via Press release
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