Review: MOTOROKR Z6
Jul 6, 2007, 7:38 AM by Eric Lin
No, that's not a RIZR Z3. We take a good, long look at Moto's first Linux-Java phone for the US - with Video Tour.
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Is a new operating system a big enough change to give a phone a new name, and a new model number? Motorola sprinkled some Linux on the RIZR Z3 and magically it becomes a ROKR Z6. Is it worthy of the ROKR moniker?
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The reason the OS is so snappy and the Java benchmark performance may have something to do with the fact that the Z6 has a 612MHz processor. The outside may look like a Z3, but the inside is souped up from hardware to
so, is the Z6m that's coming to Sprint definitely not Java/Linux?
problem is, it's just SO cheap to have powervision.
i'm up to renew my contract in sept.
are there any Java/Linux motorola's (or anything else good) coming out for sprint ?
how much longer?