"Motorola Rokr Series" is mean for who loves music / music phone.
Same as "Sony Ericsson W880i" is mean for who loves music / music phone; camera result is awful / really bad.
"Sony Ericsson Walkman Series" can't win comparison with "Motorola Rokr Series".
Read from this link => http://www.mobile-review.com/review/music-phones-en.shtml
Man and i just got the Moto ROKR E6 a couple months ago too! I want this phone now lol
I just bought sony ericsson K850i, 5 MP but i am really disappointed. The camera is so bad. It lags and the color of the picture looks so terrible. I think digital camera is still the way to go.
plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.start to give f.m. radio in ur all phone plz moto plz .i m dam serious
hello! there are many people out there who like music AND like to take photos. in this day and age, the phone better do both well. look at Sony Ericsson. Just because they launch it as a Walkman phone doesn't mean they don't pay attention to other features. Motorola just needs to step up and play the game. anyway, the look of this phone is so-so only. all the talk abt the keys changing colours, lighting up etc. to me, just gimmicks. end of day, i will get bored of that very quickly and it's not worth the price for a gimmick
ok this phone is meant for those who love music, and is "solely" for music. and its not intended for those who love camera phones. so that explaines why people like the one below me don't understand why these phones exist. if this doesn't fit you, then don't buy it, as simple as that;)
god damn 2 mpx camera! no autofocus, no 352x288 video, nothing! idiot ppl
It looks not bad. When ll we get it and how much would it cost ? It seems 2 be a revised handset of the earlier rock series. Lets see.......
if this phone has HSDPA and cam 3.2mpx with autofocus. i will buy it. i always like motorola design. but i withdraw my self to buy it when i see the specs. just like this one..looks pretty good, but the specs pretty lame.
This phone is a wag... why didn't they made a MOTOIPOD.... come on guys a know you can make a lot better...
It takes forever for Moto to launch a new phone after the official announcement.
While Nokia has launched two 5600 classics, 6120 classic, N95 and soon N81, music xpress 5310 and 5610.
Nokia has targeted all user group and seems to have the most complete channels.
Don't get fooled by the pics, this phone is going to blow minds!!
Reading from the rumors that leaked recently, I understand now the direction moto is taking with this beast :) .. the keypad will change according to the situation so when it's in mp3 player mode, it IS in mp3 player mode .. I can imagine myself browsing thousands of songs with such ease thanks to the wheel and the dedicated buttons all over!!
And regarding the screen.. think outside the box people ;) it is turned horizontally so it is in fact two glorious inches with a whole new perspective :D
Can't wait for this one (specially if all that huge memory is true)
Gsmhelpdesk.nl has posted information on four phones, which according to them will be part of the 2008 product line of Motorola. We are rather skeptical about it, but will post this information. All phones are with code-names, which is typical considering there is lots of time until they are released.
Motorola SKARVEN is 8-megapixel cameraphone with optical zoom and 2.8” inch, 16 million color display. Similar to the Z8, it uses the kick-slide form-factor but judging from the blurry image, we guess it will also have touch-sensitive buttons. If this information is right, it will be one of the most advanced Motorola phones.
Motorola X PIXL is rumored to be the first phone, launched in cooperation with Kodak. A 5-megapixel candybar, it is also targeted as dedicated cameraphone and as rival to the Sony Ericsson K850 and other models from the class. Rumors say it will be available as the Motorola Z12.
The third new phone is the Motorola TEXEL which is targeted to the music fans. Similar to the E8, it has multilayered keyboard (nine layers of characters) with “morph technology”. This means that each key can display (and respectively execute) nine different functions.
Motorola GENGHIS is the last phone that the site scooped. It is QWERTY-equipped phone for the masses. Considering the Q-family, it may run on WM6 Standard OS but still this is definitely not sure.
According to the site, Motorola will keep the ROKR branding for its music-dedicated phones, but will start other families: ZOOM for advanced cameraphones and MULTI Q for the Q-like devices that have business-oriented functionality