Thursday, January 18, 2007
Following months of unofficial photos and leaked info, the Motorola KRZR ($480; Q3 2006) has finally been announced. The KRZR will be Motorola's new flagship phone, sporting a design that's narrower and sleeker than the ultra-popular RAZR. The phone combines a metallic gloss finish, magnesium, polished chrome and hardened glass, and will be available in both GSM and CDMA versions. Both feature a 2-megapixel camera, stereo Bluetooth audio, an updated phone directory, new messaging applications, expandable memory up to 1GB, and integrated music players (no iTunes, though). The CDMA KRZR also has touch-sensitive music controls, advanced EVDO data services, and location-based services capabilities. No word on colors yet, but we'd take this thing in primer gray.