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Motorola’S Clutch I465 Mobile Lets You Multitask Like Manny Pacquiao

by Lambert Varias
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… at least that what I gathered from the Clutch i465’s fact sheet: “A full QWERTY keyboard with shortcut keys and software upgrades such as IM-style texting helps you multitask like a champion.” Finally, a phone with a killer left hook. Seriously though, the iDEN-equipped Clutch offers several ways of communicating as well as the now-expected camera & audio/video capabilities of modern handsets.

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Aside from the conventional calling & (IM-style) texting over a cellular network, the Clutch also has push-to-talk (PTT) capability and email. The Clutch is also equipped with a 1.79″ 64k color TFT display, Bluetooth, and a camera with 4x zoom that can take 300k resolution (VGA) pictures as well as record video in H.263 format. It can also play MIDI, WAV & mp3 audio files.

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As you can see, the Clutch also sports a rugged casing. According to Motorola, “Clutch meets military-specs for extreme conditions including shock, vibration, dust, and solar radiation. And it can fight – and win – in 5 different weight classes.”

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The Clutch i465 is due 2nd Quarter of this year. Watch out phones, this one might knock you out. Like a champion.

[via krunker]

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