Reviews summary

6/10AVG.
RATING
Based on 5 reviews

The Motorola i335 is a thin, narrow candy bar device that is a third the thickness and weighs 50% less than its predecessor, the Motorola i325.

A basic phone with very good call quality, the i335 has a 1.5 inch 130x130 pixel display and the keypad consists of raised, rounded buttons that are easy to press without error. The navigation array consists of four thin, curved sliver-buttons that surround a command key; this is either a good or bad thing and completely up to personal taste.

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With an entry-level feature set (which includes a speakerphone), the i335 is a good choice for folks interested in a reliable device for calling. However, if you’re feeling just a little crazy you can play with the ringer ID. You can also send texts and MMS.

The i335 has a talk time of 3.3 hours.

Durable and with a simple layout, the i335 is basic and competent.


Specs summary

Screen
1.5"

The Motorola i335's screen is 1.5 inches with 130 x 130 pixels resolution.

Processor
Unknown
OS

The phone runs on the Other operating system (OS).

Camera
No
This model has no built-in camera. Sorry, no selfies.
Storage
No

Internal memory is No. No external card slot is available for expansion.

Battery
1000mAh

The phone is powered by a Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion), 1000 mAh battery. Motorola's performance ratings are 3 days standby time, 165 minutes (2G).


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Motorola i335 Nextel/Boost Cell Phone Used

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  • Condition: Used
  • Availability: In Stock
  • Contract: No
  • Located in: USA

Motorola i335 Nextel/Boost Cell Phone Used

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Motorola i335 Nextel/Boost Cell Phone Tested Used

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Motorola i335 Nextel/Boost Cell Phone Used

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Sprint I335 by Motorola (Sprint) Cellular Phone USED

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Reviews summary

6/10AVG.
RATING
Based on 5 reviews

The Motorola i335 is a thin, narrow candy bar device that is a third the thickness and weighs 50% less than its predecessor, the Motorola i325.

A basic phone with very good call quality, the i335 has a 1.5 inch 130x130 pixel display and the keypad consists of raised, rounded buttons that are easy to press without error. The navigation array consists of four thin, curved sliver-buttons that surround a command key; this is either a good or bad thing and completely up to personal taste.

Show more

With an entry-level feature set (which includes a speakerphone), the i335 is a good choice for folks interested in a reliable device for calling. However, if you’re feeling just a little crazy you can play with the ringer ID. You can also send texts and MMS.

The i335 has a talk time of 3.3 hours.

Durable and with a simple layout, the i335 is basic and competent.

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Great working phone

(7 years ago)

This is the most durable phone I have ever used. I run a heavy equiptment service truck and used to go through a phone every couple of months until we switched to theese. We tested them in our own ways get mad throw it against the unit, drop it drive over it with our trucks, drop it in puddles. I li... More

This is the most durable phone I have ever used. I run a heavy equiptment service truck and used to go through a phone every couple of months until we switched to theese. We tested them in our own ways get mad throw it against the unit, drop it drive over it with our trucks, drop it in puddles. I like this phone so much I bought my wife one after our dog ate her blackberry she is a fan of its simplicity. The only downside is you only get 2 maybe 3 days battery max. In short if you are looking for a phone that will take anything you throw at it and is simple to use this would be great.

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7.3/10

Stay away from Boost Mobile & Motorola

(7 years ago)

Short version: Stay away from Boost Mobile & Motorola! Long Version: I bought a Boost Mobile Motorola i335 less than 3 months ago. It died on me. It worked fine one afternoon when I placed it on the table, yet found it inoperable 3 hours later. I never dropped it. I didn't do a thing to it! It had... More

Short version: Stay away from Boost Mobile & Motorola! Long Version: I bought a Boost Mobile Motorola i335 less than 3 months ago. It died on me. It worked fine one afternoon when I placed it on the table, yet found it inoperable 3 hours later. I never dropped it. I didn't do a thing to it! It had messages in the negative zone (-1 messages, for example); the buttons didn’t work, and I could not turn it off. I had to take the battery out to turn it off. When powered up, the phone wouldn't boot up. I talked to two service reps that couldn't help me (names withheld). They gave me a phone number to Boost’s Customer Care. Apparently, the repair / replacement division is closed 8:00pm PST despite Boost's website claim of “business hours, 4am PST – 11pm PST”. This piece of garbage cost me $60, and it lasted less than three months. Update-- As of Nov 26, 2008: 1) I wrote Boost's "Customer Care" center and asked for the names of corporate officers so that I could write them over my problems. I never received anything; i.e., I was totally ignored. After all, isn’t that why Boost's website has on its web page: “Have a question?” But, I found their leaders on my own and will be writing Schaumburg, IL, corporate, expressing my extreme dissatisfaction. 2) As of yesterday, Nov 28, 2008, the incoming text message on my new (2nd) “durable" i335 phone doesn't work (this 2nd warranted replacement is 10 days old, mind you). This is the sole reason I upgraded from my i205 phone. Does anyone know, does Boost Mobile / Motorola intentionally turn off features to make it appear there is a need to upgrade, meaning $$? Despite the i335 looking good and having pretty lights, that doesn't mean a thing if it's not reliable. Motorola and Boost Mobile reeks of bad business. If any one knows of a reliable pay-as-you-go phone, I'll cut my losses with Boost / Motorola and get something else.

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3.3/10

Stay away from Boost Mobile & Motorola

from Phonedog (7 years ago)

Pro: Pretty lights Con: Unreliable phone & service Using experience: 90 days Short version: Stay away from Boost Mobile & Motorola! Long Version: I bought a Boost Mobile Motorola i335 less than 3 months ago. It died on me. It worked fine one afternoon when I placed it on the table, yet found it i... More

Pro: Pretty lights Con: Unreliable phone & service Using experience: 90 days Short version: Stay away from Boost Mobile & Motorola! Long Version: I bought a Boost Mobile Motorola i335 less than 3 months ago. It died on me. It worked fine one afternoon when I placed it on the table, yet found it inoperable 3 hours later. I never dropped it. I didn't do a thing to it! It had messages in the negative zone (-1 messages, for example); the buttons didn’t work, and I could not turn it off. I had to take the battery out to turn it off. When powered up, the phone wouldn't boot up. I talked to two service reps that couldn't help me (names withheld). They gave me a phone number to Boost’s Customer Care. Apparently, the repair / replacement division is closed 8:00pm PST despite Boost's website claim of “business hours, 4am PST – 11pm PST”. This piece of garbage cost me $60, and it lasted less than three months. Update-- As of Nov 26, 2008: 1) I wrote Boost's "Customer Care" center and asked for the names of corporate officers so that I could write them over my problems. I never received anything; i.e., I was totally ignored. After all, isn’t that why Boost's website has on its web page: “Have a question?” But, I found their leaders on my own and will be writing Schaumburg, IL, corporate, expressing my extreme dissatisfaction. 2) As of yesterday, Nov 28, 2008, the incoming text message on my new (2nd)“durable" i335 phone doesn't work (this 2nd warranted replacement is 10 days old, mind you). This is the sole reason I upgraded from my i205 phone. Does anyone know, does Boost Mobile / Motorola intentionally turn off features to make it appear there is a need to upgrade, meaning $$? Despite the i335 looking good and having pretty lights, that doesn't mean a thing if it's not reliable. Motorola and Boost Mobile reeks of bad business.

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4.4/10

Nice and tough

from eBay (8 years ago)

CONS Charger door on side (flimsy) Length ( would be a bit nicer if compacted) PROS Slim & Light Bluetooth Meets military specs (good if you drop phones) Carbon Fiber look

CONS Charger door on side (flimsy) Length ( would be a bit nicer if compacted) PROS Slim & Light Bluetooth Meets military specs (good if you drop phones) Carbon Fiber look

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8/10

It doesn't mind the cold!

(8 years ago)

In the event you're stuck out in the cold along a less traveled road in winter temperatures of 12 to -12f. This phone shows it's true colors... it works great even after being dropped in the slushy snow. Motorola i335 is a great phone for those who work outside and need an every day "Beater" as Mil... More

In the event you're stuck out in the cold along a less traveled road in winter temperatures of 12 to -12f. This phone shows it's true colors... it works great even after being dropped in the slushy snow. Motorola i335 is a great phone for those who work outside and need an every day "Beater" as Milwaukee, WI weather can get worse than Kodiak, AL.

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7/10