Cingy’s KRZR is the first GSM rendition of the RAZR successor to hit the streets in America, and its features are on par with its CDMA cousins, including a 2-Megapixel camera, stereo Bluetooth, and microSD. It also supports instant messaging for AIM, MSN, and Yahoo! networks.
We’d heard gossip that the phone would drop for Xmas, but for some reason Cingular waited until it became AT&T to release the phone. No word on why, and we don’t really care, we’re just glad it’s out. $200 with a two-year subjugation, if you’re scoring at home.
Cingular KRZR [Cingular, after Zip code nonsense]
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