Moto sure is giving its iDEN-only product line a healthy sendoff before CDMA hybrid
handsets start to drop later this year. Besides the upcoming high-end i880
and the virtually indestructible (we'll eat those words, we're sure) i580
, Nextel looks to shore up their low end by adding the i670, a basic clamshell whose main selling point appears to be its "color display." Of course, no-frills is a big selling point among some Nextel clientele, so the phone should find its niche. Other features include Direct Talk (off-network walkie talkie) support, speakerphone, and a reasonable $49.99 price tag on two-year contract.