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Though the Motorola Z6c isn't officially part of the Rizr family, it sports the Rizr slider design. Read full review
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In fact, the Z6c looks very much like Verizon's earlier Z6tv. Read full review
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The Z6c has a keypad locking switch on its right spine. Read full review
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The Z6c's camera lens is on its rear face. Read full review
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The Z6c's camera lacks a flash. Read full review
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Unlike almost every other cell phone in Verizon's history, the Z6c accommodates a SIM card. But on the downside, the microSD card slot is behind the battery cover. Read full review
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The Z6c has a solid, sturdy feel in the hand. Read full review
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The Z6c keypad is easy to use, but the numbers on the keys can be difficult to see in direct light. Read full review
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The Z6c slips easily into a pocket. Read full review
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