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Motorola KRZR K1m drops in on Verizon sites

Chris Ziegler

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 contract, likely positioning it to do head-to-head battle with upcoming VX8600 Chocolate flip from rival LG. We still don't have an exact date to pass along, but if history is planning on repeating itself yet again, we're guessing we'll see it before Sprint's launch.

[Via phoneArena, thanks to everyone who sent this in]

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