Verizon releasing the Krave tomorrow

Verizon releasing the Krave tomorrow
We've know about the impending release of the Motorola Krave ZN4 for a while now, but we're glad to hear that it will officially be out on October 14th. It is the first touchscreen phone from Motorola for Verizon, and has an innovative clear plastic flip (Ming-style) with integrated earpiece speaker. Some would call it a "crossover touchscreen flip-phone." One customer was even able to order a unit last week and was kind enough to share some pictures. Pricing is $149 after $50 rebate with a 2-year contract.

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source: Verizon Wireless

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26 Comments

1. xmguy unregistered

If I wasn't locked in a contract I'd get one. I like it.

5. unregistered

you can get it out of a contract now...VZW has no contract deals now.

7. unregistered

deal isnt really the word i would use. Not that its bad but your paying full retail for the phones which you have always been able to do. Your better off just signing the agreement and getting the phone for cheaper. The nice part is there has been and always will be that phone you would get...

16. T-Money3000 unregistered

And you still need to pass a credit check.....

17. Anomalies

Posts: 61; Member since: Jun 08, 2008

You need to pass a credit check to open a new account!? Preposterous! I hope the other carriers don't hear about this and start doing it too...

18. unregistered

Get an IPhone dont waste your money on verizon junk

2. T-Money3000 unregistered

It's pretty cool... Touch screen is a lil' slow sometimes but WAAAAAY more responsive than the Samsung Glyde. What I can tell you is that the one wierd thing about the phone is that when you turn the phone for the QWERTY keyboard, the clear flip gets in the way of your left hand. Something you can get used to but it's still kinda awkward. I would recommend this phone for someone who is into new and crazy things.

3. unregistered

looks pretty sweet-a little thick tho but the touch screen is better then the dare??

15. T-Money3000 unregistered

Nope. Dare's better.

19. unregistered

IPhone better than both

21. Anomalies

Posts: 61; Member since: Jun 08, 2008

Grammar > any phone out there.

24. unregistered

the touch screen is horrible

4. unregistered

Im glad they changed the color of the phone

6. unregistered

looks amazing...

8. 83110

Posts: 2; Member since: Aug 27, 2008

i dont get this phone? dos the touch screen work with the plastic ting on it? im relly lost on this phone it looks prety cool

9. unregistered

dos the touch screen work with the plastic ting on it Yes.

25. cjules

Posts: 1; Member since: Oct 17, 2008

it does but not the way any one with half a brain would want it to.try texting on the full keybord with that damn mini van windshield in the way, the thing has set motorola back. it is trashtastic. and the biggest problem with the phone is that if you flush it down the toilet guarenteed it will plug up.

10. unregistered

Enterprise..... Enterprise..... Do you read? I think this phone will.... sell quite qell..... the resembalance to... other ... things... is.... quite logical. wouldn't you agree Mr Spork?

11. unregistered

It does TV too

12. some guy unregistered

its mediocre at best fellas, just pulled the launch kit out Slow QWERTY with the flip open? WTF? Camera seems mediocre Big Touchscreen limited on what you can do through the flip Un-intuitive camera and other controls Cant say for call quality yet, we'll have to see

13. unregistered

I have to agree. The clear touch screen flip and the almost magical ear piece is really nice but that is where the pros end. The phone is bearable at best. I do give Motorola an A for effort but I give them a B-/C+ for execution.

14. T-Money3000 unregistered

Well... at least they get an A for something.....lol

20. unregistered

I give IPhone AAAAAAA+++++++

22. T-Money3000 unregistered

good for u

23. unregistered

the touch screen is just as good as the glyde....HA

26. unregistered

Kinda wierd but in the contacts list it comes with the direct line to verizon's warrenty center, apparently moto and verizon have good faith in its reliability.

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