Boost Mobile and Motorola have partnered to bring three new mobile phones, the Clutch+ i475, Theory and the i412, for consumers who want non-contract wireless services. The Clutch+ and Theory are bar-type QWERTY phones while the i412 is a clamshell handset. The Clutch+ and i412 both support walkie-talkie push-to-talk function operating on Sprint’s iDEN network.
The Clutch+ i475 is the successor to the original Clutch i465. It has a VGA camera and supports Bluetooth and GPS. It is available for $99.99. The Theory has a high-finish premium design. It packs a 2.4-inch QVGA display, a 1.3 Megapixel camera and Bluetooth.
Lastly, the Motorola i412 is a clamshell phone with a color display, an external display, VGA camera and Bluetooth. It includes iTap, a predictive text entry technology that helps customers send text messages in a flash. The i412 will be available on June 13 for $69.99.