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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 ...

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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-fas...

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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 p...

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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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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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Just in time for Halloween, VZW has new flavors of the MOTOKRZR K1m and Chocolate phones up for grabs. Well kinda, since their new White Chocolate only appears on what looks to be a Verizon staging site at the mo' with actual launch still expected tomorrow for $130 and a 2 year commitment. Just don...

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It looks like Verizon customers are about to have themselves a very Moto-riffic holiday season indeed, with not one, not two, but three new models coming down the pike (technically, it's two new models and a new color of an existing model -- but work with us here, folks). First up is the W315, a lo...

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If you've got your heart set on a MOTOKRZR K1m but you're not a Verizon customer, hold your horses -- Verizon has strangely failed to secure an exclusivity agreement on this one, and odds are the CDMA carrier of your choice will be picking 'er up before too long. Next up is Alltel, which is alread...

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We figure peeps who've placed their orders through Verizon's site for Motorola's new gotta-have-it clamshell need a little reading material to pass the time while they wait for the good folks in the shipping industry to make their phones materialize -- so without further ado, we present PC Magazine...

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We figure peeps who've placed their orders through Verizon's site for Motorola's new gotta-have-it clamshell need a little reading material to pass the time while they wait for the good folks in the shipping industry to make their phones materialize -- so without further ado, we present PC Magazine...

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Just as expected, Verizon is busting out Motorola's KRZR K1m sexyphone today. The 0.6-inch thick, 1.73-inch wide clamshell features a microSD slot, 1.3 megapixel camera and Bluetooth -- just like always -- and of course the flip is shiny as ever. All this MOTOKRZR purty-ness can be yours for $199...

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We know the what, we know the who, now we can confirm the when -- and happily, the wait isn't a very long one at all. Motorola's ultra-narrow KRZR might be old hat in some parts of the globe, but as of today, Verizon is the first American carrier to ship the hotly anticipated RAZR successor. After ...

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It was here just a few months ago that we previewed the GSM version of the K1m. Then we brought you its CDMA cousin dressed in black for Verizon Wireless. Now with that the announcement being almost inevitable for VZW, we've scoredsome pics of the Alltel version, thanks to your pal and ours, Roc A ...

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It looks like Verizon's gearing up for the K1m variant of Motorola's MOTOKRZR to drop any minute now, what with the slim RAZR successor making a variety of cameos across Verizon's intranets these days. It was no secret that they'd be getting the phone, but now we have a price: $199 on a two-year co...

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No surprises from Motorola today, though we were able to spend some quality time with their upcoming RIZR and KRZR models. We were surprised at how light and solid the RIZR felt, especially considering we're looking at a pre-production unit here. The matte, rust red finish was a nice touch, but che...

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It's not terribly often that an assuredly hot phone drops on both Verizon and Sprint in the same timeframe, seeing how the former just loves scooping up those galdarned exclusivity agreements. Now, we knew that the CDMA variant of Motorola's MOTOKRAZR, the K1m, was coming to Verizon, and thinking t...

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We've only been hearing about (and seeing, and getting the launch of) the Canary for a couple months now, so it's about time Motorola officially launched the damned things. The KRZR, as we very well know, is the latest in Moto's 4 LTTR DVCE NAME LINE, both models featuring a microSD, Screen3, and a...

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We've only been hearing about (and seeing, and getting the launch of) the Canary for a couple months now, so it's about time Motorola officially launched the damned things. The KRZR, as we very well know, is the latest in Moto's 4 LTTR DVCE NAME LINE, both models featuring a microSD, Screen3, and a...

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