Motorola Krzr K1- Not On the Lines of Razr

By: Den Decosta

Not on the lines of the Razr series, the Motorola KRazr K1 is much more than that!! Radiating opulence, extravagance, style; this phone is a show stealer. A successor of the Razr rage it stands tall: proud of its dynamic looks integrated with upgraded functions of V3i. This innovation of the Motorola clamshell is even narrower than the Razr series and it picks up from, just where you thought it can never get better than your Razr.
An ultimate all-in-one device, the Motorola KRazr K1 carries a 2 megapixel camera, which provides an 8x zoom and incapacitates video capture and playback capabilities, has Bluetooth enabled stereos with headset support along with an inbuilt MP3 player, Edge Data support, USB for data transfer and other features like SD memory card slots.

Besides the voice controls are speaker-independent too.
Weighing about 102 grams this sleek handset sports an all glass front and has internal antennas exuding luxury, precision detailing and a clean line design. The music capabilities of the phone are manifold with an inbuilt mp3 player and provision for Micro SD cards which provide for memory space to store digital data especially audio files and bring you music anywhere, anytime you like. Integrated Edge technology, which is essential for hi-speed net browsing makes staying in touch efficient cheap and effective.
Following the footsteps of the Razor series this phone has lots to offer you. Just to name a few:
MP3, AAC., AAC+ enhanced music player
Bluetooth wireless technology
Micro SD expansion slots
MotoSync to synchronize contacts and calendars at the touch of a button.
Push-to-view for sharing of real-time images
Screen 3 technology which enables zero-click access to news, sports etc

This dynamic and elegant combination of style and technology which has been launched as a successor to the winner Razr series has managed to create a niche' for itself and no doubt Motorola has put a premium product on our palms

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