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    airwalk957
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    This is my review for the Motorola KRZR.

    I really love this phone, as I have switched to it from my old Motorola V555, and it really is an improvement and got rid of the bad taste that the V555 put in my mouth from Motorola phone. The MP3 player option is really cool, and the fact that it can play while the phone is closed is really cool and easy to use. This phone is extremely slim, fits easily into any pocket, and is extremely light. The camera on this phone is really easy to use, and the picture quality is great, and you can change lighting options, zoom into 4x, and even make pictures into your background. I use this phone a lot, and the battery life is phenomenal. It last for 3-4 days and the charge is really quick (about 3 hours). The ability to redial the last 10 people you called with a touch of a button is amazing and I really like it. The text messaging is easy and the typing feels extremely easy.

    The only problems I find with this phone is that it very easy to lose, as it is extremely small, and the ringtones that come with this phone are not loud enough, and the vibration feature is not strong, and you can barely feel it.

    The Bluetooth is extremely easy to use, and file transfers are very easy. You can even connect up the phone with other devices, as I use a Bluetooth headset for talking, and it even connects up with my GPS system so I can talk handsfree and dial a place I want to know more about with a touch of a button. I really love my KRZR, and would give it a 9/10, and I would recommend it to everyone!


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    Phonefreak41
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    Re: Motorola KRZR Review

    Quote Originally Posted by airwalk957 View Post
    This is my review for the Motorola KRZR.

    I really love this phone, as I have switched to it from my old Motorola V555, and it really is an improvement and got rid of the bad taste that the V555 put in my mouth from Motorola phone. The MP3 player option is really cool, and the fact that it can play while the phone is closed is really cool and easy to use. This phone is extremely slim, fits easily into any pocket, and is extremely light. The camera on this phone is really easy to use, and the picture quality is great, and you can change lighting options, zoom into 4x, and even make pictures into your background. I use this phone a lot, and the battery life is phenomenal. It last for 3-4 days and the charge is really quick (about 3 hours). The ability to redial the last 10 people you called with a touch of a button is amazing and I really like it. The text messaging is easy and the typing feels extremely easy.

    The only problems I find with this phone is that it very easy to lose, as it is extremely small, and the ringtones that come with this phone are not loud enough, and the vibration feature is not strong, and you can barely feel it.

    The Bluetooth is extremely easy to use, and file transfers are very easy. You can even connect up the phone with other devices, as I use a Bluetooth headset for talking, and it even connects up with my GPS system so I can talk handsfree and dial a place I want to know more about with a touch of a button. I really love my KRZR, and would give it a 9/10, and I would recommend it to everyone!
    My Husband had this phone as an up-grade to his V3 he only had it 2 days and decided he didnt like it ( i didnt like it either) the ring tones are to low and u cant hear them well....so after 2 days he put it on Ebay and sold it he is now using his V3 again which he much prefers



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    Stevan.19
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    Re: Motorola KRZR Review

    Isn't that interesting? Well somehow I don't believe that because no one would sell a KRZR over a V3 just because of low ring tones... That's a very poor choice and we all know that the KRZR by far has greater functions and better things than the V3... Personally I'm not here to make you look bad, but the facts cannot add up, it's unbelievable what your husband "did".



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    airwalk957
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    Re: Motorola KRZR Review

    Hey maybe they did, you both have valid points (no I'm not trying to play devils advocate lol)



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    Phonefreak41
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    Re: Motorola KRZR Review

    Quote Originally Posted by Stevan.19 View Post
    Isn't that interesting? Well somehow I don't believe that because no one would sell a KRZR over a V3 just because of low ring tones... That's a very poor choice and we all know that the KRZR by far has greater functions and better things than the V3... Personally I'm not here to make you look bad, but the facts cannot add up, it's unbelievable what your husband "did".

    Well i couldnt find anything that the KRZR could do that the V3 couldnt!

    My husband uses a phone as a phone he isnt interested in the latest must have features he only uses the phone for txting and ringing/recieving calls me on the other hand likes her phone to sing and dance

    We both found the KRZR a very boring phone! maybe the very low ring volume doesnt bother you but as he missed 5 calls in one day it did bother him plus the KRZR doesnt have animations for txting like the V3 not a big issue i know

    If i had to choose between each phone id pick the V3 everytime



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    Phonefreak41
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    Re: Motorola KRZR Review

    Quote Originally Posted by cellwind.com View Post
    Watch the video review at cellwind.com
    No thanks i know what the phone does and i aint interested in it!
    i am after a Nokia N80 now that is one cool phone



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    willyable
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    Re: Motorola KRZR Review

    You know, I wanted this phone so bad so I went out and got it and about thre days later I lost it, Oh my goodness, I thought I was going to die. You are right when you say that they are easy to lose. Because most of the time don't even feel it in your pocket.



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    kisna
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    Re: Motorola KRZR Review

    I wonder why dont they make something different?
    I mean the same looks, like motorazr and v3i and other model.



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    stephpoet
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    Re: Motorola KRZR Review

    My guess is a lot of people are going to small phones that look a lot like the competitions. Unless it is something like a RAZR or Blackberry, it's hard to distinguish a lot of phones now.



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    gilipsie
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    Re: Motorola KRZR Review

    Thanks for the detailed review. And I agree, it's difficult for them to keep coming up with new looks.



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