Motorola KRZR K1 on Vodafone PAYG £149.95 + £20 air time - HotUKDeals
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This phone has been reduced even further!!!!!!!!!!!!!

to an amazing £149.95..
+ £20 airtime
+ quid co !!!

If you liked the RAZR, you'll love this ultra-slim handset. Not only is it sleeker the Motorola MOTOKRZR K1 mobile phone starts where the company's stunning RAZR left off. Everything about the slim KRZR suggests luxury, from the feel of the casing to the precision manufacturing.
Motorola's boffins obviously agree that beauty isn't just skin deep, which is why the MOTOKRZR K1 has been packed with a wealth of multimedia entertainment. It starts with a 2 megapixel camera that incorporates an 8x digital zoom. As well as taking photos, the phone is also capable of editing them - and it can record video clips, too.

There's high-quality audio capability alongside the handset's impressive imaging features. Look out for an MP3 and AAC music player that has the ability to connect an optional stereo Bluetooth headset (if you feel like treating yourself to one). 'Airplane mode' lets you listen to music with the phone switched off, while the KRZR K1's memory card slot enables you to expand the handset's storage.

All the phone's other features have been conceived just as thoughtfully, whether you're after compelling built-in games, easy synchronisation with your PC or the convenience of voice-activated controls. The MOTORAZR set a new standard for mobile phone design... but the MOTOKRZR K1 has just rewritten the rules again.
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Looks like a great phone but the glass covering seems to have some issues:

[SIZE=2] i got this phone the week it came out and only six days later i took it out of my pocket (which also had a squishy lip gloss and some tissues in it) to find the glass on the front cracked. When we took it back to motorola they said i must have hit it with something , (even though 3 other ppl in the store had the same problem!!)and its not covered by warrenty and then said they cant fix it cause they dont have the parts. When we asked if they would call us when the got the parts in they said "puh-lease, like we have enough time to call every customer who wants something" - what lovely customer service they have....[/SIZE]

I bought this phone for the sleek and stylish looks. Only had the phone 3 weeks and the front glass developed a crack. O2 and motorola have both insisted its a customer mis-use and not a weak glass fault or a flaw in the design (i.e. putting such a large piece of glass in a place that gets everyday knocks) I am now left with a phone that has a crack across the screen that will cost £40 to repair with no guarantee that it wont crack again in the near future. I would advise everyone to steer clear of this phone untill its been on market for long enough to establish if this is a flaw on the handset and motorola to re-think the design or produce a tougher glass.

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