Verizon's Razzle shows both sides

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Verizon's Razzle shows both sides
The Pantech Blitz was one of our least favorite QWERTY messaging phones for Verizon, so we're glad its days are numbered and is about to be replaced by the  Pantech Razzle TXT8030. What's unique about the Razzle is that the bottom part rotates, one side with a QWERTY keyboard, and the other side with speakers and music playback controls. Other standard features include a 1.3MP camera, microSD memory card slot, Media Center Player, and VZ Navigator. The Razzle is expected to be out in October for under $60.

Thanks to a friend for the info and pics!


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