Feeling that the rule of RAZR is coming to an end with the onslaught of the new sleek and thin phones from Samsung or expansion of the LG Chocholate phone line throughout the world Motorola had to do something about it. And it did. With a phone called KRZR.
Having retained all great features that made RAZR such a hit, MOTOKRZR is 16mm thin X 42mm wide X 103mm long, weighs only 3.6 ounces and is packed with features any modern high end cellphone needs. And it looks even better then RAZR.
MOTOKRZR is a quaband GSM phone with Edge connectivity, Stereo Bluetooth, has 2 megapixel camera with 8x zoom is able to play mpeg4 video at 15 fps andmost common audio formats. It also has plenty of storage from optional microSD card for those files you’ll be recording and listening.
Motorola has also released a cheaper version of this clamshell, called MOTOKRZR Km1 K1m. It looks the same but lacks EDGE capability and comes with only 1.3 megapixel camera.
You can buy MOTOKRZR K1 here:
In United Kingdom:
For free with 18 month contract from O2, Orange, Virgin and Vodafone
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