Motorola KRZR K3
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The Motorola KRZR K3 wasn't officially released in the UK, so we don't have an expert review of it, but read the user reviews below to find out more.
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Motorola KRZR K3 user reviews
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Average rating from 18 reviews:
Reviewed by rooobie from england on 12th Feb 2009
This phone is good but it fooled me with the shiny appealing apearance. In reality the phone is great but is not very easy to use and although it has web access it is quite slow and confusing! Really expensive for what it is with its tiny screen and rubbish graphics!........... in my opinion you would be better going for something cheaper and easier to use !!!!!!
Reviewed by Jason Stacho from USA on 30th Jan
The Motorola Krzr is the biggest pile of junk phone I have ever experienced. The screen is so small you cant see anything, the keypad is a joke and is made for a 10 year old chinese girl with q tip fingers. Its slow, and the overall layout of the apps is a nightmare of a joke. I give it .01 out of five stars. DO NOT BUY THIS PHONE!
Reviewed by King_Rat from Aotearoa on 10th Dec
Get one... NOW!!
Reviewed by $G$ from USA on 20th Sep 2008
For those of you who have a KRZR phone and love it... Al I have to say is wait a few months. I have had the misfortune of owning a Motorola phone for over a year and I have to say that it is BY FAR the most glitchy piece of technology I have ever had. Expect poor battery performance, frequent trips to the store to fix lock-ups, and "ghost in the machine" problems too numerous to mention. Do yourself a favor and smash it with a hammer...and replace it with an LG.
Reviewed by salwa from america on 8th Aug 2008
its very nice thank you
Reviewed by Lisa from USA on 26th Jul 2008
This is the worst piece of equipment I've ever owned. Not even a year old and I'm on my 4th one. Verizon keeps switching it out bc it keeps locking up and crashing. Ugh! It's pretty. That's the only good thing I can say about it.
Reviewed by motorola k3 review 2008 from uk on
22nd Jul 2008
well its beter than than the k1 but not by a large amount yes it still sckraches and still has a finger prob but on my last review i gave the k1 2 stars but on this one its got that 3g thing and so it will be geting a 3 star review from me.
Reviewed by alex from england on 8th Jun 2008
It is a very good phone it sckraches very easy but it is deffently better than the motorola k1 my last phone
Reviewed by tim from ireland on 31st May 2008
love tha phone apart from the predictive text does not remember all the words and the message delivery report option has to be activated with every mesage sent
Reviewed by sersd from Greece on 13th May 2008
Im from greece and i just bought this fone for 170 euro.I heard many not good reviews but this one rocks.I suggest you buy it.
Reviewed by zen from Malaysia on 6th May 2008
I have been having this phone for about two months. Fingerprints are everywhere once anybody touches it. The flap shakes, like its goin to fall of if you're not careful. Very disappointed with it, though the camera is not too bad. Not really an IDEAL phone.
Reviewed by hamza from uae on 21st Apr 2008
good mobile but not excellent or outstanding.
Reviewed by Grace Simmons from South Africa on
8th Mar 2008
This phone is a waste of money... I bought it for just over £150...thinking it was worth the money (having had no experience with motorola phones in the past. However, it was very easily scracted and is a magnet for fingerprints and very annoying to use beacuse its features are so jumbled up. Here, yet again, motorola have gone for style rather than faetures and whether or not the item actaully WORKS WELL as a phone!!! However it does look okish in syle so im going 2 award it 2 stars for its looks. Complete waste of time and money DONT BUY IT!!!
Reviewed by Sara from Canada on 16th Feb 2008
This phone sucks. I got it for christmas this year. It worked alright for about a month and a half- texting was a bit slow & annoying to use, froze a few times, love the camera though. But just yesterday i wasnt able to send or recieve texts messages anymore and the phone would randomly shut off on its own. This morning i found it shut off and is now unable to turn back on. I'm hoping to take it back and get a different phone because i would never want this phone again. It is unreliable and useless. I am very disappointed with its quality. And like most of you have said, it gets dirty easily with finger prints and such and looks disgusting.
Reviewed by yo pimp from usa on 10th Feb 2008
Reviewed by payboy from Thailand on 8th Feb 2008
I'm quite content with this phone after using it for 2 weeks. Fingerprint smudges notwithstanding, the shell is a bit loose as another user pointed out, but the same goes for previous clam-shell's from Moto. The vibra-alert should have been tad stronger too, but heck this is a phone not a dildo. The only glaring drawback is that if you want delivery reports for messages, you must activate this from the options tab EVERYTIME you create a new MMS / SMS. Moto would have done better to have that on a generic always-on setting option. This is a good phone, but not the best in its segment and I can think of at least 2-3 other models from Sony Ericsson and Samsung in the same price range that exceed in terms of features. As a fashion item, this is certainly a range topper in the segment.
Reviewed by scuba from Serbia on 1st Feb 2008
I have brand new k3 for just 3 days and so far it's ok. Display is very sharp and colours are crisp. Buttons are good under fingers and it's easy to operate the keyboard. Vibration is little bit gentle so it's easy to miss a call or message. Cover is little bit loose and can be moved about a half a millimeter from side to side but it seems that it will hold for long period. Speakerphone is almost useless. The browser button is too close to “down” arrow and almost always you miss the arrow and press browser button. Shiny finish is beautiful but you should forget it the minute you take the phone in your hands because instantly it becomes full of smudges and fingerprints. The same goes for inner (main) display. The phone itself is about one third narrower than razr models and feels little bit clumsy if you have stronger hands. Somehow the phone gets lost in your hand and suddenly you have a problem to open it. The phone operates flawless in several networks and I have experienced no problems whatsoever. Moreover, it operates well in places with poor reception, such as basements, tunnels and elevators. It doesn’t play amr files and that can be one negative point. The support of e-mail client, mms, gprs and 3g goes without difficulties. The rest is typically motorola style. Applications are more or less standard for moto and it is obvious that k3 is not top model but it definitely is worth the money (130eur with 256mb micro SD card). There are better models both at motorola and other manufacturers but you can have a lot of fun with this “confection” model. All of this is after just 3 days from purchasing and maybe there will be something more to say about software and usage of other applications, making pictures, movies and working with other services that k3 supports, but so fare that is standard, good-for-the-money, middle range motorola. At least, it looks very, very nice and I like it so far :)
Reviewed by Danny from USA on 31st Jan 2008
I have this fone and boy wot a fone it is. well possibly battery life cud of bin a tidgy bit betta but over all 5star