JPD, 04 Sep 20082 gb internal memory is great and the "4gb card" is a lie, yes it takes 8gb and works GREAT. I... moreExcept for the price of 1 N95, one can get 2~3 E8....that's how E8 can beat n95! Not everybody needs all the features on N95!
andy, 03 Sep 2008sq is gud lol but not as good as w910to andy
really?even in loudness of its external speakers?W910 beats E8?help me guys cant decide what to buy thanks...
andy, 03 Sep 2008sq is gud lol but not as good as w910really?even in loudness of its external speakers?W910 beats E8?help me guys cant decide what to buy thanks...
2 gb internal memory is great and the "4gb card" is a lie, yes it takes 8gb and works GREAT. I love the tactile feedback from the keys too. A halfway decent moto... Doesnt beat my N95-8GB though.
Tony T, 02 Sep 2008Does anyone's E8 squeek whenever you press any buttons, mine does...Is your E8 is giving some problem..??Please send me ur advice whether i should buy it or not...give reply on email@example.com
hello, i've got a question to ask you pro's out here. im currently using the se w850i. i've been using it for almost two yrs now. and when i saw motorola's rokr e8. i was stunned cause it looks really fantastic and all. plus with the modeshift, fastscroll, 2gb internal memory with upgradable memory up to 8gbs!. so just wanna ask u guys whether i should change to the e8. i herad the messaging is confusing compared to the se phones. but it seems good so help give opinions will u ? thanks , really appereciate it.
yhumzy, 03 Sep 2008to andy
tell me about the sound quality compare to SE W910 walkman ver 3.0? does this phone... moreHi yhumzy,
Before proceeding further, I must say that I'm trying to be fair and don't mean to offend anyone here.
It's good to get as much as possible on E8's feedback from various users here but the final decision is yours eventually. Bearing in mind that every individual has their own judgement and different level of tastes in terms of sound and music. You know, some like heavier bass, some like mid-range and some like higher treble. I've tried the E8 at a retail store and the sound quality is definitely good. Just how good is it when compare to SE W910? Only you'll tell base on your own analysis & judgement. After the test, I actually felt that the E8's sound quality did beat SOME of the SE models but didn't get to test it against W910. My suggestion to you is to try the actual unit at any retail store then analyze it yourself base on your own taste. Don't be surprise that maybe you'll find E8's sound quality better than W910 but some others will disagree with you.
Again I'm just trying to be fair and meant no offense here.
andy, 03 Sep 2008Exactly pal...exactlyto andy
tell me about the sound quality compare to SE W910 walkman ver 3.0? does this phone rocks even better from SE brands walkman?
andy, 29 Aug 2008I get about four to five days out of one full charge....but thats with the screen turned down ... morehey guys tell me about the sound quality compare to SE W910 walkman ver 3.0? does this phone rocks even better from SE brands walkman?
andy, 03 Sep 2008yes the music quality is good on both phones.Exactly pal...exactly
Anonymous, 02 Sep 20086300 is a crap phone with bad battery back up Well each 2 their own i guess...but my 6300 was fine lol
Anonymous, 03 Sep 2008FYI, "officially" this phone supports 4GB external memory, and I have tried to put an 8GB card... moreThanks friend, 10GB is even more than my year 2000 Compaq Presario's Hard Disk, (lol). I can even store, delete, re-store some motivational audios or my wife's nagging tones inside, ha, ha, ha. (Just joking).
This site really gave me the feeling that at least 95% of all E8 users are different - good people. Is it because of Motorola's frequency? Ha, ha, ha. Cheers to all of you!!
Stuart, 02 Sep 2008Mayank,
Actually I'm not qualify to answer your question bcoz I'm not an E8 user yet. I'm u... moreFYI, "officially" this phone supports 4GB external memory, and I have tried to put an 8GB card in an E8 (and U9), absolutely no problem.
10GB of music, plus a phone with Crystal Talk, where the other party can hear what you say (isn't what a phone should be?), all for around USD$320 in HK...no contract.