Excerpt: Motorola RIZR Z8 has been quietly launched by the US-based company in September 2007, just after it was showcased at 3GSM Congress in Barcelona in February. Initially named Motorola RIZER Z8 or MOTORIZR Z8, the device has been thrown on the mobile market with an easier to remember name RIZR Z8. This is the first Motorola handset available on the market that features Symbian operating system, so you might consider it a prototype.
Conclusion: The decent stroke and adequate response hardly make up for the almost zero touch orientation. The keys are flush with surface and even you feel your way to them, it's hard to guess which one is which. Below this three-key layout is the microSD card slot protected by a rubber cover. The RIZR Z8 supports cards of up to 4GB capacity.
Summary: Sounds odd, but the Z8 doesn’t have any kind of direct competition. What is the reason? This handset offers queer, unique design, and this does it justice. On the other hand, it lacks radio, can’t boast top-of-the-line camera, in other words, proposes a basic suite of features with slightly modified standby screen and omitted touch screen.
Summary: T he wide-ranging diversity of materials that can be used for the production of cell phones, offers greater freedom to the R&D departments in developing mobile phones. More and more inventive ways are used to integrate functions in mobile phones. Nowadays there are single sliders, double sliders, swivel, clamshell, flip and candy bar models. Even though the latter is the simplest mobile phone, these candy bar models are also further modernized.
Excerpt: The Motorola MOTORIZR Z8 is one of the most striking phones released this year. Built to impress, it presents a state-of-the-art feature set in a design that no other manufacturer has tried before.