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Boost Mobile has launched Motorola's KRZR K1m this week, and while its freshness leaves something to be desired, the glossy black flip is instantly propelled to the very top rung of Boost's non-iDEN food chain above the w385 and c290, both of which also hail from Moto. The scrappy, youth-oriented S

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If a $200 Nokia N75 doesn't get you worked into a lather, perhaps a $100 N75 will. That's what AT&T seems to be hoping anyway, having just reduced the price of its shining beacon of 3G S60 glory down to a single hundie. Also benefitting from the price cuts is the Motorola KRZR K1, falling to the

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Cooler than the KRZR Fire? Yeah, we'd say so, if for no other reason than the fact that buyers do some good with their purchase of this one. According to Motorola's own site, the (PRODUCT) RED-branded KRZR K1 will be launching in Canada, though no details are given as to what carrier might be getti

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Not unlike the RAZR before it, Motorola's relentless exploitation of the KRZR theme continues. Latest to see production is pink (not to be confused with \"Fire,\" naturally) -- if the UK's Carphone Warehouse is to be believed, anyway. The phone should allegedly be arriving on shelves next month on th

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T-Mobile has finally gotten the KRZR K1 out the door, giving all four of the US' largest carriers a piece of the RAZR successor pie. Like its Cingular cousin, T-Mobile's rendition lacks the touch sensitive controls and 3G data (not to say it'd do you any good quite yet) that the CDMA variant has, b

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We feel like we can barely tell the difference between the white KRZR from Moto and the original gray -- especially if you squint your eyes a bit -- but choice is always good nonetheless, and to that end Telus has added the paler variant to its lineup. Going toe to toe with the K1m in the high-fash

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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, Sprint, and Cingular. While it's a little

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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, Sprint, and Cingular. While it's a little

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The PN-820 is the most interesting of Big Red's latest batch, but we've got a couple new arrivals to talk about on the low end as well. The MOTOKRZR K1m Fire is purty much like any other K1m, with the exception of a gloss red shell -- just in time for Valentine's Day -- which can be added to the po

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Same deal as the MOTORIZR Z8 on this new MOTOKRZR K3; there isn't a lot of info to delve into besides the fact that it has a 2 megapixel external camera, but the front-facing cam is a dead giveaway that this will be the 3G capable version of the RAZR followup that still hasn't taken off.

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Moto sorta got the GSM variant of its KRZR -- the K1 -- off on a bad foot by failing to imbue it with the same manner of broadband data enjoyed by its K1m CDMA sibling. Of course, given everything we know about Motorola, the milking of the KRZR platform has only just begun, and the KRZR-like handse

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Verizon, Alltel, Sprint, Cingular, T-Mobile -- that looks to be the order of American major network KRZR releases now that Cingular's flavor has officially hit the streets. With nothing more than EDGE to shore up its data offering, the K1 isn't exactly a tech powerhouse, but we somehow suspect that

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Verizon, Sprint, Cingular, T-Mobile -- that looks to be the order of American major network KRZR releases now that Cingular's flavor has officially hit the streets. With nothing more than EDGE to shore up its data offering, the K1 isn't exactly a tech powerhouse, but we somehow suspect that the fas

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Many people love the way the KRZR feels and how sexy it looks and it doesn't matter if you have the Verizon, Sprint, or even if you coughed up the big bucks for the unbranded version. Now Cingular users can rejoice as Roc A Fella shows us the \"orange splat\" version. There hasn't been any change to

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Motorola has rebuilt its once-diminished empire on the back of the RAZR and its endless variants, milking the platform for absolutely everything it's worth (and beyond, depending on who you ask). Why not continue the trend, then, with the RAZR's heir apparent? The KRZR \"Fire\" is pretty much like an

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Motorola has rebuilt its once-diminished empire on the back of the RAZR and its endless variants, milking the platform for absolutely everything it's worth (and beyond, depending on who you ask). Why not continue the trend, then, with the RAZR's heir apparent? The KRZR \"Fire\" is pretty much like an

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'Tis the season for giving, which leaves the rabid phone fans among us in a tight spot: how do we get in on a little new mobile tech for ourselves and help those less fortunate at the same time? Our friends over at Phone Scoop are hoping to fill the bill by auctioning off a handful of hot, current

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Their buy page appears to be pretty much fubar'd at the moment, but if you scroll all the way to the bottom, you'll see that the $349.99 CDN you're shelling out is going to net you a MOTOKRZR. For the record, that's the K1 we're talking about here -- not the K1m -- on account of Rogers being a GSM p

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Sprint still hasn't quite learned the fine art of not getting shown up by CDMA rival Verizon for prompt releases of the hottest phones, partially on account of Verizon's tendency to lock up lucrative exclusivity agreements that last anywhere from a few months to life of the model (as is the case wi

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Sprint still hasn't quite learned the fine art of not getting shown up by CDMA rival Verizon for prompt releases of the hottest phones, partially on account of Verizon's tendency to lock up lucrative exclusivity agreements that last anywhere from a few months to life of the model (as is the case wi

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