Infosync did a full review of the controversial Motorola Krave ZN4 handset, extremely criticized by some, but praised by older Motorola users. This is a clamshell touchscreen device with a responsive touch interface, but not quite top notch hardware and the same old apps (V Cast Music Store and OpenWave web browser). Verizon Wireless sells the handset for $150.
Among the pros mentioned by infoSync is the ZN4’s responsive touchscreen interface and cool design plus great navigation features. On the dark side, the user interface manages to disappoint the Motorola fans, coupled with reception problems (V Cast Mobile TV) and a horrible web browser that uses a pointing tool.
Remember that the main appeal of this phone is its plastic cover that can be considered a secondary touchscreen, as it allows you to control the screen beneath it (2.8 inch, 320 x 240 resolution). Back to the web browser, the OpenWave uses a small ring with an arrow pointer to interact with the user’s finger.
So, in case you want to click a link directly, you won’t be able to do that, having to move the visual pointer over the link. After that, you tap and finally reach the desired page. Read the full review of Motorola’s latest phone right here.