Motorola Keeps On ROKN
Jan 3, 2006, 12:00 PM by (staff)
Motorola today unveiled the successor to the ROKR E1 iTunes Phone. The ROKR E2 packs new software and new features while addressing many of the complaints about the E1. The E2 runs on Motorola's new Linux-Java platform and has a 2" QVGA display, 1.3 MP camera with flash and a full size hot-swappable SD slot and USB 2.0 for fast file transfer. The phone has a 3.5 mm headset jack, full music playback controls on the side and new audio player software that supports MP3, AAC, WMA and Real. There is no iTunes software, nor the 100-song limit of the E1. In addition, the E2 offers an FM radio and Bluetooth with A2DP stereo audio support. Motorola is launching a whole line of Bluetooth headphones to complement the E2 and other new phones. The new ROKR is due out the first half of 2006.
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1.3 Megapix or 2.0 Megapix?
Hmm - 2G?
what about AVRC??
but can the music player be controled by those new S805 DJ Headphones?
What does this mean for the V3i???
no i Tunes
With the Rokr E2, music specific optimizations incl...
The big gap: iTunes. The E1 was the easiest-to-use music phone ever, thanks to its seamless integration with Apple's popular jukebox. But even at the E1's release party, we heard about tensions between Motorola and Apple, mostly surrounding the ...
4GB hard drive!
Rich, Do you know what Carrier
I was curious do you know if its gonne be cingular ot t-mobile that get this phone.
If you have anyn idea can you let me know