7/25/2006 2:24:00 PM
More RAZRs from Motorola
Motorola has added four new RAZR handsets to its line-up, marking the most significant evolution of the range yet.
The slider handset is named the RIZR, while the previously codenamed Canary is now called the KRZR. Both phones have 2-megapixel cameras and memory card slots.
The RIZR looks similar to the RAZR when closed, sporting a similar metal finish, width and thickness. The KRZR is nearly 10mm narrower and encased in an outer shell made from hardened glass. A music variant of the phone featuring external playback controls will also be available, although it is not clear if it will reach the European market.
Motorola will also be launching two follow-ups to its 3G V3x. The RAZR xx and RAZR maxx both feature HSDPA connectivity, 2 megapixel cameras, expandable memory and external music controls. Both handsets are designed similarly to the V3x although the latter adds external lights that glow when receiving a call.
All four devices are expected to reach the market during the second half of the year.