updated 08:50 am EDT, Wed April 25, 2007
Moto KRZR maxx K3
Motorola today marked the first public release of its 3G-capable KRZR phone. Now known as the KRZR maxx K3, the clamshell handset once known just as the KRZR K3 has been released in Hong Kong. It preserves the 2-megapixel camera, MPEG-4 video, and other features of the basic KRZR K1 but adds in HSDPA mobile broadband as well as a VGA camera tucked under the internal display for video calls. Storage is provided through 50MB of built-in memory and microSD cards.
Pricing is unknown for the Hong Kong debut. Also unrevealed is the phone's support for North American networks and the possibility of a release for the Western continent.