Boost Mobile expands its telephone messaging over the years with Motorola i475 + Clutch with the Theory of Motorola. The theory is like the clutch + i475, except it does not have push-to-talk capabilities. But it has a slightly better 1.3 megapixel camera (coupling only has a VGA camera). The theory serves as a decent phone messaging, especially with its tactile QWERTY keyboard. But do not expect much more than that combined with this base.
Motorola's theory has a design very similar to the clutch + i475. At 4.4 inches high by 2.4 inches wide by 0.5 inches thick, not much. It has the same form factor of the board with rounded corners and a soft-touch finish on the back. The front of the theory is wearing a shiny dark gray appearance that adds to the usefulness of the phone. However, the theory has some appeal thanks to its slim and compact housing.
2.4-inch screen of the theory does not impress anyone, but is a bit better than other phones in the basic range of Boost. The QVGA resolution of 320x240 pixels is undoubtedly greater than 220x176 pixel resolution in the clutch + i475, and support 262 000 colors are also welcome. However, the graphics still looked sadly dull, with an interface to date and the text block. However, this is common with phones in this category. You can adjust the backlight time, brightness, wallpaper, clock format, the text of the banner and menu font size.
Under the screen is a simple navigation array consists of two soft keys, a dedicated key, a Back button, and a circular toggle with a center select button in the middle. The buttons send and end / power on each side of the table. This change can be attributed to four user-defined shortcuts. We liked the change is large and elevated above the surface for easy navigation, but the rest of the keys felt a bit too flat for our liking.
The theory itself acquired by the QWERTY keyboard, though. While the keyboard is pretty cramped, but they got the keys have helped to alleviate this problem. They are like the keys on the BlackBerry Curve with their bubble like texture that makes texting quick and easy. The number keys are highlighted in white and the space bar is quite spacious. The keyboard also has a dedicated speakerphone button.
On the left is a Micro USB port, and a small 2.5-mm headphone jack, while the volume rocker is on the right. The camera lens is on the back.
The theory is a 1000-entry phone book with room in each entry for five numbers, e-mail, instant messenger handles, a web URL, address and notes. If you want, you can organize your contacts into caller groups and customize their images or 16 polyphonic ring tone or message alert. Unlike some other Boost Mobile phones, but the theory does not push to talk.
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