Motorola KRZR

Motorola KRZR

The Krzr in design is very similar to the very popular Razr phone. The main differences between both phones are size. The Krzr has a much thinner width than the Razr. Feature wise the Krzr has a 1.3 mega pixel camera, bluetooth, offers Micro SD memory expansion, and all the usual standards found on cell phones. The one thing I really liked about the phone were the outer music keys. These are found on the outer flip cover and can be accessed while the phone is closed. This came in handy a lot during my work outs whenever I had forgotten my ipod and had to use the Krzr as my music player. Battery life though was a bit lacking with this phone. I noted how by late evening the Krzr was down to 1 or 2 bars of life even though I had not used the phone much.

  • I'm a phone guy. This is the best Verizon has to offer right now, with the Droid coming a close 2nd. LIVE, BROADCAST TV - a big win here for me. It's also a fully functional Windows mobile 6.5 smartphone, with wi fi and 3g...oh... I'm a phone guy. This is the best Verizon has to offer right now, with the Droid coming a close 2nd. LIVE, BROADCAST TV - a big win here for me. It's also a fully functional Windows mobile 6.5 smartphone, with wi fi and 3g...oh and it's a world phone, meaning you can take it globe trotting with you. Did I forget FM Radio, youtube [ like for real, not canned ], support for flash sites [espn fantasy football anyone?] Automatically can tie into your facebook just like those motoblur commercials you see, verizon navigator, google maps, or bings new voice activated mobile search..all at your fingertips. Okay already, enough reading, go play with one.

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  • Its quick, easy, and conveniant. Always reliable and very durable.

  • Great phone. The predictive text is the best I've ever used. The trick is to not look at the keyboard when you type. I originally viewed the lack of WiFi as a big negative, but so far I don't miss it. The phone just works great. I... Great phone. The predictive text is the best I've ever used. The trick is to not look at the keyboard when you type. I originally viewed the lack of WiFi as a big negative, but so far I don't miss it. The phone just works great. If it turns out to be a durable, tough phone, then this could be my phone for the next year or two.