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The Krzr K1 is a design-first cell phone. Read full review
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The Krzr K1 sports a trim profile. Read full review
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The silver color scheme on T-Mobile's Krzr K1 reflects light and attracts fingerprints. Read full review
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The Krzr K1's design is boring from behind. Read full review
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Like other Motorola Krzrs, T-Mobile's K1 won't weigh you down. Read full review
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The Krzr K1's controls are flush with the surface of the phone. Read full review
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The Krzr K1 is easy on the eyes. Read full review
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The Krzr K1 hides its memory card slot behind the battery cover. Read full review
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