The Motorola Krave ZN4 offers a unique, eye-catching design. Read full review
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The Krave ZN4's transparent cover protects its display. But, it functions as a secondary touch interfaces as well. Read full review
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The memory card slot is conveniently located on the Krave's right spine. Read full review
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The Krave has a 3.5mm headset jack. Read full review
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The Home and Power buttons sit above the Krave ZN4's display. Read full review
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The Krave ZN4 has a comfortable, solid feel. And it looks good too. Read full review
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The compact and lightweight ZN4 travels well. Read full review
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The ZN4 touch screen is intuitive, accurate, and responsive. Read full review
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The ZN4's camera is low on features; it lacks a camera and a self-portrait mirror. Read full review
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The Krave ZN4'a camera lens and speaker sit on its rear side. Read full review
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