Excerpt: The Motorola i335 is one of the easiest-to-use phones when I needed to use a cellular phone. No blasted touch screens that are delicate enough to require a stylus, the buttons are functional and quite easy to press and to configure, the screen images aren't too annoying--and texting is easier and less annoying than that of the Motorola i265. The battery is not as long as other phones I have had, and the reception is not good in some places, but I cannot complain.
Summary: This phone replaces the i530 phone I have had for 8 years. Actually I got the newest i686 Brute last year to replace that but only had it for 2 months before it got stolen out of my unlocked truck. So the i335 is its' replacement. A contractors phone must have two primary characteristics: toughness and reliable voice phone reception/operation. The i530 and later i686 met these demands but when the i335 is included I like this the best.
Summary: Product Description Get an amazing thinner design cell phone with the Motorola I335. You can stay in contact with people through text and multimedia messages available in this Motorola Android device. The 1.5-inch TFT color display with a 130x130 resolution in this Motorola smartphone lets you easily navigate the functions and settings. The Motorola I335 has wireless web connection that allows you to access the web from anywhere and everywhere.
Summary: I've been using the phone for a few days now. It's a pretty decent looking phone. A bit on the long side but manageable. It seems to have all the same things that most other Nextel phones have as far as functionality goes. I haven't had any issues with dropped calls or anything of that nature.
Summary: This is a very solid phone. It is very durable and easy to hold. It is rubberized on the outside that helps make it both durable and easy to hold. The screen scratches a bit easy for my taste for such a durable, military spec phone. You definitely need a screen protector in this one. Call quality is very, very good and it gets reception in places my old phone did not. Texting works well, although it takes it about 10 seconds to download the txts.
Summary: This phone has excellent sound. It sounds better than my house phone. I use it on Boost Unlimited and it's great! But the reception isn't very good inside large buildings. Only Verizon does that well but their sound quality sucks compared to Boosts. I also love the rubberized feel of this phone. Negatives are the goofy interface where only your last call to a number, either incoming or outgoing is kept, so basically you have no call records.
Summary: It's been so long since we've reviewed a Nextel cell phone (the last was the Motorola i580 in July 2006) that we almost forgot they existed. In the wake of the 2005 Next/Sprint merger, the carrier announced it was phasing out iDEN-only models in favor of dual-mode handsets like the Motorola ic902 and ic502. But with its new Motorola i335, iDEN is back.
Summary: I bought this phone because I wanted a durable rugged phone for the Boost Mobile network. It has all the great stadard features of newer modern phones, like bluetooth & text messaging; with the ruggedness of the older Nextels like the i530. The phone was priced way below retail, in brand new condition. I loved the price, features, & durability this handset offers. It's great for those looking for an inexpensive, durable phone that does the basics!