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  • The ic 502 is excellent as far as design, as with most Motorola phones, it is solid and has the addition of a rubber lining that surrounds the housing

    • by ObadiahStaine
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      This is the second installment of the line of hybrid phones that are being released by Sprint and Nextel. The whole hybrid phone idea became reality when Sprint bought out Nextel. Sprint and Nextel use entirely different types of signals for their service.

      The Nextel line uses a band that includes the ability for their trademark walk talky feature, while Sprint uses the standard, no sim card, CDMA band. The hybrid phone is designed to able to use both.

      The


      ic 502 is excellent as far as design, as with most Motorola phones, it is solid and has the addition of a rubber lining that surrounds the housing. I dropped this phone numerous times and it literally just bounces back, very cool.

      It is not water proof, but shock resistant, ill say yes. It has small analog display on the front, nothing fancy, just for date, time, a message I’m guessing.

      The inner screen is nothing special, it is nice but lacks a ...


      • wow factor. The buttons a very nice, possibly the nicest setup for a standard numerical button arrangement I have ever see.

        The design is attractive. Battery life is excellent, it should be, this is a flip phone boasting very few impressive features, it better be excellent.

        This phone lacks a web browser, or even a camera, despite being created in the age of cameras, there is really no excuse for it not to have a camera.

        The phone is just plain

        Jane ok, and the possibly the biggest detriment to any real success is actually the main reason that this phone was designed.

        The hybrid quality, Sprint and Nextel will not tell you this ahead of time but the phone is literally lock to as a user. There is no way around it.

        If you want to sell your phone after market, you cannot, if you buy one aftermarket, you likely just bought a rock, unless it is new and sealed. You have been warned.




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