Motorola Rizr Z8 - the Pioneers Take on Style

By: dylan

Motorola is perhaps the one name in the history of the mobile phone industry, which has maintained a solidarity impressive enough to invoke the admiration as well as jealousy of its rivals in the arena. The pioneering mobile phone manufacturer was the first player to record its name as a serious player in the arena and influence several other big names of the present times to showcase their expertise. its pretty amazing the way this manufacturer has held its head high amidst stiff competition considering the fact that the constantly evolving technology makes creative improvisations possible for every taker. A look at one of its newest offerings in the form of the Motorola RIZR Z8 says everything about the creative factor that keeps the player ticking.



As a 3G HSDPA technology enabled mobile phone, the Motorola RIZR Z8 displays the manufacturer's attempt at being a formidable competitor in the present day world. The phone is quite a style charmer with a uniquely designed curvy slider form that adds a dash of sport to its experience. Running on a Series 60 based Symbian 9.2 operating system, the phone provides a Tri Band network technology for enriched coverage. The phone makes a hit not only in the style factor but in the substance factor as well. A 2.0 megapixel camera with 8 x digital zoom, LED flash and Red Eye reduction has been mounted on the RIZR Z8 for an optimum photography experience. A second VGA camera offers users with video calling facility on the phone. The music player of the phone comes with a shuffle and skip option and Bluetooth stereo A2DP to offer a decent musical experience. Users can get connected to compatible devices for data sharing through EDGE, Bluetooth and mini USB, while Web browsers like WAO, XHTML and GPRS are there for Internet access in a convenient manner.

The Motorola RIZR Z8 easily stands out amongst the new age communication devices with its assimilation of the most advanced features and a well designed frame.

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