Excerpt: The Motorola Krave Zn4 is one of the most impressive and innovative handsets to come out of Motorola's labs over the past few years. It will catch your eye with its unique clam shell design and innovative touch interface. Learn more about this brilliant...
Summary: The Motorola Krave ZN4 accomplishes something few other cell phones do: it's unique, easy to use, and it performs well.
Pros: The Motorola Krave ZN4 has an eye-catching and unique design with an innovative and responsive touch interface. It offers a bevy of high-end features and rates favorably in call, photo, and streaming video quality.
Cons: The Motorola Krave ZN4's browser and QWERTY keyboard take acclimation, and camera editing features were few. The Krave lacks Wi-Fi, and full exchange support is not available at launch.
Excerpt: These days mobile phone manufacturers are stuggling to differentiate their phone models from everyone else’s. The Motorola KRAVE is part of that differentiation with a unique spin on the traditional flip phone. In this latest iteration the flip is see thru but also enables the user to control some functionality of the phone while the flip is closed. In addition, it includes haptic feedback when you touch the flip as well as the screen behind it.
Conclusion: Even with music playback that lasts nearly 16 hours – eight more than the iPhone – the Krave is still a disappointment. The touch cover is a great technology unto itself, but here, instead of making the Krave easier to use, it’s actually more often a hindrance, both physically and functionally. Many of the Krave’s other functions, especially the QWERTY keyboard, lack the attention to intuitive detail that makes the iPhone such a joy to use.
Pros: Loud and clear sound quality; bright 2.8-inch touch screen; good MP3 player
Cons: Restrictive keyboard; OS does not work well with touch screen; poor video playback