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The Krzr K1 has a striking, stylish design. Read full review
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Though it's slightly thicker than the Motorola Razr, the Krzr remains a very trim phone. Read full review
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We liked the Krzr K1's blue color scheme. Read full review
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Like most slim phones, the Krzr K1 has a flat keypad that might require some acclimation by the user. Read full review
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The Krzr K1 fits easily in a bag or pocket. Read full review
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The Krzr K1 will no doubt win looks on the street. Read full review
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The Krzr K1's MicroSD card slot is located somewhat inconveniently behind the battery cover. Read full review
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