On the features front, the Clutch i465 is remarkably well endowed. Its 600-contact phone book is capable of storing up to 7 phone numbers, notes and an email ID in each entry. Users are also allowed to save contacts to PTT Talk Groups, and can also pair those contacts with 1 of 12 polyphonic ringtones. Further basic features include: a data book, a speakerphone, a memo pad, a vibrate mode, call timers, a voice memo recorder, and Bluetooth. And, yes, you are also provided with Boost’s walkie-talkie PTT service support.
Though multimedia and text messaging are the Clutch’s prime features, it also offers support for a lot of POP3 email accounts. There is a plus point in the threaded texting, but e-mail needs a web-enabled interface. The Clutch doesn’t render support for IMAP4 e-mail, IM and Outlook Exchange server syncing.
The VGA camera is able to capture images in 5 resolutions that is; from 640x480 down to 160x128. The options of editing have 2-quality settings, 2-shutter sounds, a 4x-zoom, a self-timer, and changeable brightness. The camcorder also brags of an equal set of editing options. Clips, intended for multi-media messaging, are set at 16 secs, but can be shot for a long time in standard mode as well.
The VGA camera offers a pretty good quality of photos, with natural colors, but blurred a bit. Given that, the Clutch has no flash, you’ll require ample light to capture your images. In addition, the camera doesn’t offer good video quality. You can save your work with 20MB shared memory, and a handy meter keeps you aware of the remaining space.
The Motorola Clutch can also be personalized with a number of themes, wallpapers as well as clock formats. The Clutch is also compatible with Java apps.
As to its connectivity options, it is attuned with Bluetooth 1.2, micro USB, a 2.5-mm audio jack and 5-pole. The Clutch also offers compatibility with MP3, MIDI, and WAV, so allowing you to listen to your favorite songs while on the move.