If you're like me, and you're growing tired of the seemingly endless parade of thin, pretty cells, you'll be glad to know that not all new handsets look like contestants on Extreme Makeover. Take, for example, the new Casio GzOne, which is styled about as far from the Motorola Razr as you can get it. Rugged and durable, the GzOne features a plastic bumper on the bottom end of the front face that's designed to protect the phone if it's dropped. Rubber touches give the GzOne even more protection, and like Nextel's handsets, it … Read more
The Motorola Razr has finally found a home with Amp'd Mobile, an MVNO that has its sights on the young and urban demographic (MVNO means Mobile Virtual Network Operator, for you acronym haters). Replacing the Hollywood as the sexiest Motorola in its lineup, the Amp'd version of the Razr will feature Amp'd Live, Amp'd Mobile's 3G programming service that delivers streaming TV, "viral videos," music, and more. So for only $99 with a contract or $199 with the pay-as-you-go service, you can get some of that Razr bling to go along with your … Read more
Along with the red iPod Nano announced yesterday, Motorola has jumped on the AIDS charity bandwagon with the luscious red Razr, available from Sprint. As with the red iPod, this is part of Bono and Bobby Shriver's recent Red initiative to help combat HIV and AIDS in Africa. This new red Razr will be available in November from Sprint, and you can get it for $304.99 retail or $64.99 with a two-year service agreement.
If you're more of a Slvr fan, however, you might have to move to the U.K. to get the red version … Read more