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Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Motorola Moto Z6c Review

So Motorola has released another slider phone, the Moto Z6c which will be carried by Verizon Wireless. The Moto Z6c basically has the same design as the Motorola Rizr Z3 but just a little bit slicker with the polished vacuum metalized finish and soft-touch back.

ADVANTAGES: The Moto Z6c runs on Verizon's CDMA EVDO networks which is kinda like 3G though I still prefer 3G UMTS networks. Music-centric fans would love that the Moto Z6c has Bluetooth A2DP profile which will allow them to use their Bluetooth stereo headset with the device. Though the Motorola Z6c will run on Verizon's CDMA EVDO networks, it is also compatible with GSM 800/1900 networks so it means it will work with GSM networks of other countries though don't expect the 3G capabilities to work.

DISADVANTAGES: The Moto Z6c's 65k screen is a slight downgrade from the 252k color screen of the Motorola Rizr Z3 but text and pictures are still okay looking though not has bright as the Rizr Z3's. Expect your Moto Z6c to be a fingerprint magnet thanks to the high polished metal finish and the dimensions of the Z6c is rather bulkier and wider than the Rizr Z3.

AVAILABILITY: The Moto Z6c will be exclusive to Verizon wireless and will be available staring December 12 for $179.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and the standard 2 year contract.

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