Moto Debuts RAZR Slider in Korea
Feb 8, 2006, 10:19 AM by (staff)
Motorola Korea today announced the "Z", a slim slider phone based on the RAZR design. The 14.8mm-thick phone sports an etched metal keypad like original RAZR. Its features include a large 2.2-inch screen, a megapixel camera and a music player. The CDMA phone is expected to launch this month with Korean carrier SK Telecom. It is not known if Motorola plans a version of the Z for other markets, although the company did bring the CDMA RAZR to the U.S. several months after the release of a similar model in Korea.
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Amazon Prices the Motorola Moto E4 Plus at $140
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LG V30 Launches In Korea This Week, North America Soon Thereafter
LG today said it will begin shipping its V30 flagship handset to customers in South Korea this week. The phone will arrive in North America, Europe, and other markets "in the days and weeks to come." LG didn't provide an exact launch window for the U.S., and LG's U.S.
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Not so sure
my gf has the razr and sure it's a great design but its abilities pael in comparison to my nokia 6682! now that is a fun phone!!