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.
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.
The Motorola i335's screen is 1.5 inches with 130 x 130 pixels resolution.
The phone runs on the Other operating system (OS).
Internal memory is Unknown. No external card slot is available for expansion.
The phone is powered by a 1000 mAh Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery. Motorola's performance ratings are: 3 days standby time, 165 minutes talk time.