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Cingluar Motorola ROKR E1 iTunes Phone Details


ROKR E1 iTunes Phone

Finally, after months and months of speculation and delay, the Motorola ROKR E1 iTunes Phone has been unveiled. The phone can hold up to 100 tracks which can be accomplished in one of three ways - random autofill through iTunes, purchased over the air at $2 per track (double what it would cost if you just waited and did it at home), and manual loading over USB. Interestingly, the phone features external stereo speakers which can be used to play music, but also includes a headphone plug. In fact, the phone comes with headphones (pictured above) that also have a mic built-in. This makes it easy to set up the phone to pause the current track to allow you to take a call without having to bust out the phone. The bad news? The only way you will be able to use this one is if you are already - or are willing to become - a Cingular customer. It’s $250 USD with a 2-year contract. Here are a few more details:

  • iTunes player with dedicated key
  • 850/1800/1900 MHz Tri-band GSM/GPRS
  • Weight: 3.77 oz
  • Dimensions: 4.25 x 1.81 x .80 in
  • Display: 176 x 220, up to 262 colors TFT
  • VGA Camera, 4x Zoom, flash and video record
  • Music Tones
  • Bluetooth Capable for voice calls
  • Speakerphone
  • Talk Time: Up to 9 hours/560 min
  • Standby Time: Up to 9 days/230 hrs

 


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Comments:

Ugh, Cingular.  Why not Verizon :( :( :(

I agree, I would consider if this was Verizon, and $2 per track if you use the phone to get music really bites.


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