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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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!!