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Verizon Wireless introduces Razzle feature phone with swiveling full-QWERTY keyboard

Product Launch by Brian James Kirk on Thursday October 01, 2009.

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Verizon Razzle
Verizon Razzle

Verizon Wireless has introduced the Razzle, a feature phone with a unique swivel design that lets users switch between an alphanumeric keypad and a full-QWERTY keyboard. The Personal Communications Devices-built handset features a 2.2-inch 262k color TFT display, a 1.3 megapixel camera, and Bluetooth support for use with hands-free headsets and stereo headphones.

The device provides access to Verizon's Mobile Web service, VZ Navigator turn-by-turn directions, and V CAST Music, too. Users can save songs to external microSD(INFO) cards, including the 1GB card that comes bundled with the device. The phone also includes basic features like T9 predictive text, voice commands, and a speakerphone.

The Razzle will be available online October 6 for $69.99 after a two-year customer agreement. It will appear in stores later in the month.


Lisa @ 4:57:49PM EDT on Wednesday October 21, 2009

my brother jus got this phone... i duno if it good cus i havent been home to see it. i hope its good for him :)

[prince3] @ 5:19:21PM EST on Sunday November 1, 2009

when is it going to be in stores i've been waiting

gjklewrhgwiueyrh @ 10:41:47PM EST on Friday February 12, 2010

but is it a good phone

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Brian James Kirk
Brian is a former news editor on MobileBurn.com that freelances in Philadelphia. You can follow him on Twitter as @BrianJamesKirk.

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