Sprint gets a Clutch hitter

Sprint gets a Clutch hitter
Do you recall about a month ago when we informed you that Boost Mobile was picking up the Motorola Clutch i465? You might remember that it was Moto's first iDEN phone to offer a QWERTY keyboard. Boost's parent company is Sprint and they liked the device so much that they added it to their own lineup. With a 1.8 inch screen, PTT support, VGA camera and GPS, the handset is not exactly a must have for the hi tech set, but if you're looking for something that will send and receive text messages at a low price, the Clutch could be for you. Sprint did not release a launch date, but did put up a site where you can request information and get a notice when the phone will be released. Check out the source link if you're interested. Price, you ask? $39.99 after a $70 rebate with a two year contract. Not bad for a real Clutch phone.

Motorola Clutch i465 Specifications

source: Sprint via EngadgetMobile


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