Motorola release MOTOPRIZM to South Korea

The Motorola Krave ZN4 is a sexy looking mobile handset with is transparent flip cover so it doesn’t really surprise when Motorola intros a look-a-like Krave ZN4 into South Korea, after all one goes where one can get sales right?

Except when the Motorola Krave ZN4 goes to South Korea is becomes the Motorola MOTOPRIZM, and actually looks real close to the original Motorola Krave ZN4 handset.

The Motorola MOTOPRIZM packs in as far as we know, a 2.8 inch WVGA touchscreen, 3 megapixel camera, S-DMB tuner, and Bluetooth, other than that there is no more word as yet, but there are a few images if you care to hit up the source.

Source — aving

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    Constable Odo says:

    Those two cuties look far better than any Motorola handset and they probably work a lot better, too.

    I’m sure that handset is nice and seems to offer some decent hardware, but no matter what Motorola offers, it always backfires in their faces. That’s why Motorola is falling further and further into the toilet and it seems nearly ready to get flushed. What the heck does it take to make a decent handset that people will actually buy at full price. Ask Apple.

    Moto is throwing this handset into the jaws of the companies that are kicking their ass. Samsung and LG of Korea.

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