updated 10:35 am EDT, Tue April 3, 2007
Moto KRZR at T-Mobile
T-Mobile on Tuesday joined the batch of US carriers picking up Motorola's KRZR K1. As leaked in a sell sheet, the T-Mobile version comes in a one-off Silver Quartz color and adds the support for stereo Bluetooth audio missing in the blue, reference model offered through AT&T. The latest edition also brings in software for T-Mobile's myFaves unlimited friend calling.
The freshly-styled KRZR will cost less than its AT&T rival, according to T-Mobile, with the phone selling either for $150 with a two-year contract (versus $200) and $300 without a commitment instead of $400.