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Motorola KRZR K1 launches on T-Mobile

Chris Ziegler
April 2, 2007
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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, but good news: America's number two GSM carrier does get the KRZR in a barely-discernable exclusive color. After rebates are accounted for, pick 'er up now for $150 on contract.

[Thanks, Brendan]



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