We don’t often speak about Motorola on this blog but we thought the new Krave ZN4 had some merits. The Motorola Krave ZN4 is supposed to be one of the first full touch screen phones from Motorola to be launched through the major US carrier, Verizon. Many blogs have said that it has a call quality that is “typical Motorola excellence”. Furthermore, the Krave ZN4 is much easier to text with and is accurate to touch. The handset is packed with live digital TV, the VCast Mobile TV along with a MediaFLO tuner, a complete HTML browser, and a much faster internet access with EVDP Rev A. In fact, the phone looks quite similar to the Chinese-based MING series which some will have heard of.
Like the iPhone, the Motorola Krave ZN4 will only sport a 2-megapixel camera, in addition to that will be Visual Voice Mail, a microUSB port and MicroSDHC support. It’s been said that the phone is due to appear by mid-October (which is anytime now) at a price of $150 for a two-year contract. It will also sell under Verizon’s new contract free strategy for $350.
No info on whether it will be available in other countries as yet.