According to the manufacturer the mobile is designed to meet US 810F military specifications and comes equipped with Bluetooth connectivity and integrated GPS technology.
In addition, Motorola claim the Clutch i465 also benefits from a plethora of messaging and voice call options, including a full qwerty keyboard and push-to-talk technology.
Glenn Kennedy, sales manager for the iDen range to which the handset belongs at Motorola Canada, said the model was “a multi-talented communications tool”.
Last month, Cnet reviewed the Motorola Clutch i465 and praised its compact design, comfortable keypad and “excellent” call quality.
“The volume was loud and the audio was clear. What’s more, we didn’t hear any distortion at the highest volumes […] even in buildings and we didn’t encounter static or interference,” it reported.
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