Moto’s new RIZR is based on its hugely successful RAZR, so you know it will be more popular than a batch of piping hot cakes. It’s a stylish slider phone – Motorola don’t normally do slider phones so it’s interesting that they’ve entered such a crowded market – with a 2MP camera, expandable memory and an MP3 player which supports AAC formats.
You can listen to music on the RIZR using the proprietary headphones or using stereo Bluetooth headphones. Other features include a web browser, email client, calendar,
calculator, alarm clock, Java games and applications, MMS messaging and
speakerphone mode. It’s currently available for nowt on a monthly contract, or for around £200 SIM-free.
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By ShinyMedia | January 2nd, 2007