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Moto copying LG?!?! Who would have thought....


Jul 24, 2006, 10:50 PM
I guess Moto is trying to trump LG at its own game by using touch sensitive buttons on the KRZR. While this phone looks pretty nice...I'd still rather have a Chocolate.

Jul 25, 2006, 9:07 PM
im sure the KRZR will be a lot cheaper than the Chocolate though... im looking at the KRZR phone or the SLVR L7c

Jul 26, 2006, 9:55 AM
Actually, the KRZR should be pricier, by the time the CDMA KRZR is launched and considering the higher quality materials the KRZR uses it's only logical.

If you compare the GSM KRZR and Chocolate as we have it over here, the KRZR beats the Chocolate pricewise hands down. The KRZR has a 2 megapixel camera, better finish, and better brand recognition.

Jul 26, 2006, 10:53 PM
Kinda like Chevy or Ford has brand recognition in the deep south? Smile

Jul 28, 2006, 3:46 PM
Wink exactly!

Jan 10, 2007, 1:28 PM
First of all the LG is crap at it finest!!! The moto atleast has good signal and a better battery the only down fall is no bluetooth stereo.

Jul 26, 2006, 1:42 AM
Dude. Simply LG copied Moto's original but unprotected idea (well, it's not need to be patent because it's like PDLC or Touchpad within materials) while Moto is struggling to execute their own idea (Read all news archives how bad Moto delivered their product on time!). Check all brand and released phone's material finish. Moto seems to know how they could make a new change over this common commodity in last 2-3 years. All other Korean brands are only copying the trend they think it's important. I'm not saying Moto is a great and innovative company in this whole world, but these Korean companies are not in the position to claim "They are the first" in design except their super technology. If you want to find out, read more on other gadget new...

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