Sprint Nextel subsidiary Boost Mobile said it has added the Motorola i835 to its portfolio of handsets marketed to the youth market. The small, sleek, all-black clamshell-design handset offers push-to-talk functionality via the carrier’s Boost Walkie-talkie pay-as-you-go service that it markets for $1.50 per day for unlimited national connectivity. The i835 handset also provides multimedia and text messaging and the ability to store and forward digital photos. In addition, the handset lets users play a variety of pre-loaded and downloadable Java games.