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.
Pros: Great for using as just a phone and walkie-talkie. The walkie talkie, if you and your coworkers/friends actually use it, is the most awesome feature for a cellphone to have. Sound quality is excellent. Bluetooth support. GPS capability
Cons: Phone software is slow and simple. Data speed is slow. Uses the old Nextel iDEN network, so there's no real roaming possible. No CDMA or GSM cross-compatibility. Default text entry setup is terrible, but can be adjusted. Default theme is awful.
Pros: The Motorola i335 has excellent voice quality. The rubber coating makes it next to impossible to accidentally drop the phone. It is thin and feels good in the hand. The menu is very user friendly. This phone is very sturdy.
Excerpt: This is one of the better Southern Linc phones I have owned, I love the buttons on it, they are a ton better than the similar looking phone they have if you are someone who texts. The flashing "line 1" on the front screen is slightly annoying and the fact that if you dial the sound it makes is barrier breaking.