Conclusion: The i335 is very good at what it does. Its size and styling will appeal to a majority of iDEN users, though it lacks higher-end features such as email support and a camera. This phone wasn’t designed for that though, and we found ourselves really liking it. It fits in the hand and the pocket equally well, can withstand a beating and for the first time in a long time we didn’t feel embarrassed using an iDEN unit in public (with the speakerphone OFF, of course.
Pros: Thin, stylish design with internal antenna, Bluetooth, Exceptional speakerphone, Great call quality
Excerpt: The Motorola i335 is a thin, narrow candy bar device that is a third the thickness and weighs 50% less than its predecessor, the Motorola i325 . A basic phone with very good call quality, the i335 has a 1.5 inch 130x130 pixel display and the keypad consists of raised, rounded buttons that are easy to press without error.
Excerpt: The Motorola i335 is a business phone designed for those who never handles their mobile phones carefully. I don't know if local carriers have this on their line-up since it runs on IDEN 800/900 networks but if you can somehow manage to get this phone to work in the UK then you have a gem of a phone.