The Motorola Rizr elegantly combines a thin phone with a slider form factor. The vibrant display is especially nice. Read full review
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When closed, the Rizr hides the number keypad while keeping the user-friendly navigation array exposed. Read full review
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The Rizr captures the thin phone craze started by Motorola. Read full review
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The sleek blue color scheme wraps around to the rear face of the Rizr. Read full review
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The Rizr fits easily in a pocket or bag. Read full review
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The Rizr tops both the Razr and Krzr in the design department. Read full review
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The Rizr's controls are well-designed. Read full review
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The Rizr's camera has a flash but no self-portrait mirror. Read full review
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