It's hardly a secret that T-Mobile has been eyeing
Motorola's KRZR K1
, but it looks like the pairing will soon finally see the light of day, with the carrier set to launch its own version of the flip phone on March 26th, bringing up the rear behind Verizon
, and Cingular
. While it's a little late to the game, T-Mobile does get some minor bragging rights of its own, offering the phone in an exclusive "silver quartz" color scheme, as well adding stereo Bluetooth compatibility to the mix. Otherwise, the phone's specs are the same as we first spotted all those months back, with a 2 megapixel camera, 176 x 220 display, quad band GSM (850/900/1800/1900 MHz), EDGE, and a promised 200 to 400 minutes of talk time. While there's no word on pricing just yet, we wouldn't expect it to be too far off the $200 Cingular's asking for the phone after the usual rebates and contract signings.