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Specifications of Motorola KRZR K1 Blue

Motorola strikes back with the Motorola KRZR K1 Blue (or MOTOKRZR as the company likes to call it). The integrated camera is 2 megapixels with an 8x digital zoom and a built-in picture editor, but no flash. The external display is rather poor, though, being of inferior CSTN technology which fades in bright sunlight.

Motorola introduced new cell phone Motorola KRZR K1 Blue. Motorola strikes back with the Motorola KRZR K1 Blue (or MOTOKRZR as the company likes to call it). The Motorola KRZR K1 is a clamshell phone, like the Motorola KRZR K1 Blue, and shares a lot of the KRZR Blue's technology, but whereas the RAZR was a man-sized phone, being quite wide despite its thinness, the KRZR is a much narrower phone that fits better in the hand and is more ergonomic all round.

The styling of the Motorola KRZR K1 Blue has been updated, with a reflective glass-coated surface that makes the KRZR stand out from the crowd (and acts as a magnet for fingerprints, by the way) Although it's a fashion phone, it has a well thought-out design, with a functional (if small) keypad, and good ergonomics. However, the glass used is fragile and can scratch, crack or shatter, even when treated carefully. We have never before encountered a phone where so many users have reported a broken screen. This is obviously a design fault or manufacturing defect.

The main internal display is a high quality TFT screen with 262,000 colors and the same resolution as the RAZR: 176 x 220 pixels. The external display is rather poor, though, being of inferior CSTN technology which fades in bright sunlight. The integrated camera is 2 megapixels with an 8x digital zoom and a built-in picture editor, but no flash. There's also a video recording capability at CIF resolution, with a maximum duration of 25 minutes per clip. The absence of a flash is a disappointment, and limits the use of the camera. Next up is the music player. This supports MP3, AAC and AAC+ formats with stereo output to headphones via mini-USB or wireless Bluetooth. The KRZR isn't the best music player phone, as there is no support for drag and drop file transfer and only mono output from the built-in loudspeaker. Still, it does the job. MP3 tracks can also be used as ringtones.

As already mentioned, connectivity options are Bluetooth and USB (no infrared). Fast internet access is available via EDGE. Usefully the phone is quadband, so will operate globally. Battery life is average. There are also various software issues with the Motorola KRZR K1 Blue. These seem to depend on which batch of the phone you try, but you can get a flavour of the kinds of problems people have experienced by reading the user reviews below.

The Motorola KRZR K1 Blue doesn't excel in the photographic or music departments, but it's certainly an all-round performer that is more unisex in form and more ergonomic to use than the RAZR. However, the problems with the glass breaking and the software errors that users have experienced mean that we have to recommend that you avoid this phone. Motorola KRZR K1 BlueFind Article, Motorola KRZR K1 Gold are available here. Please purchase online http://www.phoneandbeyond.com

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