Moto KRZR Unboxing and Grope

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I got my hands on the Motorola KRZR. What can I say? You already know its the narrow, long followup to the now-classic Moto RAZR. The 1.9-inch screen is 176 by 220, and fair enough. The phone seems surprisingly hefty, in a good way. Yes, it's so freaking shiny that it deeks out my DSLR's autofocus. Really good looking.

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It's the same old Moto interface, so I can't get that excited about owning one, but I really see the KRZR as more of a phone for pure design fetishists. Go ahead, see for yourself.

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DISCUSSION

I just completed a review of the K1 (unlocked GSM) that should be up on [Phonedog.com] today or tomorrow. It's really, really beautiful to see and hold (much better lines and proportions than the RAZR, and it has a nice heft as Brian said) IMHO, but the screen and interface just aren't exciting, and the camera is only so-so mostly for a 2MP.

Trance - the front panel music buttons are missing, but the side panel keys are programmed to control play/pause and track select while the music player is running. The external display shows music information (including playlist browsing) when music is playing. Phone supports stereo bluetooth. But there's NO HEADSET (wired or wireless) included.