The Motorola i335 has all the usual Nextel trademarks including a durable, unassuming design. Read full review
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At just half an inch thick, the i335 is the slimmest Nextel phone yet. Read full review
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The i335's display is small and has a rather low resolution. Read full review
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The i335 keypad is large, tactile, and easy to use. Read full review
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The i335 slips easily into a pocket. Read full review
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The i335 has a solid feel in the hand. Read full review
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