Motorola debuts a new touchscreen phone named Krave ZN4. This unit will be launched by Verizon for $150 (with a two-year contract). One of the special things about the Motorola Krave ZN4 is that it's a flip phone:
Specs on the Krave include 3G (EVDO) support for Verizon's wireless network. It does not, however, feature any WiFi capabilities. It also has a number of features that have become standard including GPS, Bluetooth v2.0, a 2 megapixel camera, a microSD card slot, and a 3.5mm headphone jack (unlike other phones that don't support standard headphone inputs). The Krave also features a full QWERTY keyboard on the touch screen, complete with tactile feedback.
One thing that differentiates the Krave from the rest of the touch phone crowd is the fact that it is actually a flip phone - kind of.
The Krave features a clear plastic covering that flips over the touch screen to close the phone and protect the 2.8 inch screen. But this cover isn't just for protection, because the cover has its own built-in touch functions. When the clear cover is closed it too acts as a touch sensitive overlay for the screen, giving you quick access to features such as music, V Cast Mobile TV, photos, and the VZ Navigator. The tactile feedback is even used when touching icons with the cover closed, giving you a satisfying shake when you press a button.