Motorola Krave ZN4 Review

Motorola Krave ZN4 Review

About Krave cell
The Apple iPhone or the latest BlackBerry Storm, the Krave is no smartphone, but it offers features and design that is unique in its own right.The Krave touts not one, but two innovative touch screens, a one-of-a-kind design and superior multimedia services including live television from Verizon's VCAST Mobile TV, Rhapsody music service and the VZ Navigator GPS application.

Despite being a flip phone, the Motorola Krave's transparent cover only enhances the phone's vibrant 2.8-inch TFT LCD screen underneath. Additional highlights include a 2.0-megapixel camera, MP3 music player software, 3.5mm headset jack, full QWERTY keyboard and Bluetooth 2.0

The Krave's innovative design is truly eye-catching. With two levels of touch-screen menus, this Motorola handset exudes style and technological savoir-faire. Smaller and easier to carry in a pocket than most touch screen phones, the Krave weighs 4.59 oz. and measures approximately 4.13" (H) x 2.0" (W) x 0.75" (D).It has a touch-sensitive transparent flip cover with tactile feedback.Users can conveniently view and access commonly used features.

A circular Motorola emblem that doubles as a speaker to turn the Krave into a portable music player. Opening the flip answers calls, and the speaker's opposite side reveals the earpiece.Opened, the top of the inside screen are two buttons - one button for power and one "home" button that will return users back to the main screen. An internal microphone is located below the screen.

Both of the Krave's touch screen offer iPhone-like navigation by sliding a finger up and down the screen.