Motorola KRZR K1m Review

It has only been about a year since Verizon first introduced Motorola's stunningly slim RAZR phone; first with the V3c model and then with the V3m (Music Enabled) version.  Since then, the RAZR has been one of the most popular phones sold by Verizon since the V60 and StarTAC series.  The newest reincarnation of the RAZR is the KRZR K1m, which has all the same features of its predecessor, (such as a 65K color TFT internal display, 1.3MP camera, Bluetooth, speakerphone, voice command, internal antenna, MP3 music player, and MicroSD memory card slot), but packs them all in a more stylish and better designed phone.  The retail package from Verizon includes the KRZR K1m phone with user manual, wall charger, mini-USB to 2.5mm headset jack, and 880mAh battery with cover.

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