The Z6m officially is part of Motorola's Rokr family, but it gets its slider design from the company's Rizr series. Read full review
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When closed, the Z6m is almost indistinguishable from a Rizr model. Read full review
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The Z6m's camera is on its rear face but you can use it when the slider is down. Read full review
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The Z6m has a 3.5mm headset jack on its right spine. Read full review
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The Z6m has a nice feel in the hand. Read full review
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The Z6m fits easily in a pocket. Read full review
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The Z6m has a tactile keypad, though we weren't fans of the pattern on the flush keys. Read full review
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The Z6m's camera doesn't offer a flash or a self-portrait mirror. Read full review
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