Summary: The Motorola Krzr K1 is a stylish clamshell feature phone. It won't suit anyone seeking a high-tech mobile with high performance but the slim form factor and decent specs may tempt some people. The Krzr K1 is aimed at the younger, non-business market, and is available at very affordable prices.
Excerpt: After making huge profits on the market with the RAZR model, Motorola decided to continue the series with a technologically updated handset � Motorola KRZR K1. Even if the new clamshell features few innovations, we can easily tell that Motorola created another masterpiece.
Pros: The best thing about K1 is also the first thing you notice � design. New features introduced are also making a fine addition, EDGE, Bluetooth 2.0, microSD card slot. Also the possibility to charge your phone when you synchronize it via USB cable is a positive feature.
Cons: Poor sales package, bad sound (that includes the 2 mediocre music players), both displays are too small, defective implementation of EDGE and Bluetooth connectivity are dropping the functionality of the handset. Also the face cover of the phone will be greasy in no time because of the shiny mater...
Summary: Motorola's K1 KRZR is a looks-first mobile phone with a solid, mid-to-upper end feature set. While the unbranded GSM version of phone lacks the advanced messaging, Email, and media player functionality found in phones currently available at the same price point, a 2MP camera and support for stereo...
Summary: The model delivers good receiving quality, typical for all modern devices. Ring tones’ volume is slightly above average, midi-tunes are played back via 64-chord polyphony module, which ensures fairly great sounding.
Summary: Motorola really struck gold with the V3 RAZR. It was slim, stylish and sold extremely well. Essentially, it was a fashion device, but, at the same time it brought together everything users demand from a device – and now it's the turn of its successor, the Motorola KRZR K1.
Excerpt: M otorola was founded in 1928 by the brothers Paul and Joseph Galvin. Company names are often based on a combination of names or the place where the product is made, but not Motorola. Where does the name Motorola actually come from? In 1930, the Galvin MFG.
Excerpt: It’s upto you how you pronounce it—'crazer', 'K-RAZR' or 'kerzer'—but Motorola’s KRZR K1 doesn’t jump out at you like the RAZR did once upon a time. Perhaps it’s because slim and shiny phones are no longer a novelty.
Excerpt: The Motorola KRZR K1 boasts a very stylish slim design making it attractive to look at and comfortable to hold as well. It is a little taller, thicker, and heavier than its predecessor, the RAZR model, which gives it a much classier look and feel.