'The result is satisfying, functional phone with decent call quality.'
'most smart phones'
'basic, free phone'
'The phone has a 2.4-inch TFT display capable of showing 65K colors at 320 x 240 resolution, just like the new iPod classic.'
'poor battery life'
'newly designed QWERTY Keypad'
'This is both good and bad.'
'whole phone curves'
'Considering that this phone is hot on the heels of the Linux based Z6 that was introduced last month at CES, this is something to ponder.'
'most striking phones'
'Providing an innovative and exciting mobile experience'
'the phone is difficult to recommend to non-RAZR fans, especially with the steep pricing attached and mostly average features.'
'Unfortunately, due to the glossy nature of the display, sunlight glare is a significant issue, although the screen does have a good viewing angle.'
'The top and bottom sides of the body are bare.'
'such a small phone vibrate'
'nation's shiniest cell phone'
'Casual cell phone users'
'It's hard to get better looking than the MOTOKRZR; the phone will turn heads (at least until everyone has one) and it looks like a $500 fashion accessory.'
'difficult to feel the phone vibrate when it's in your pocket.'
'It's quite frustrating, particularly since you can't change the settings.'
'The Motorola L6 also comes in a lighter color than its brother, and sports a more conventional keypad design.'
'The candy bar's low-resolution display is just shy of two inches'
'Meeting your wireless aspirations, the surprisingly slim and artistically designed Motorola L6 delivers a rich, multi-sensory communication experience that keeps you connected.'
'The New Motorola L series are an innovative upgrade of the world famous RAZR .'
'The Motorola W270 is very user friendly for those who are new to the world of cell phones.'
'in a nice change, neither handset complicates things with a camera.'
'Motorola's CrystalTalk technology enhances each phone call by helping reduce background noises, so calls will be loud and clear'
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