Poor old Motorola, it hasn't had a good time at all this year, but rather than sulk it's keeping its chin up and launching two new phones at CES. At the moment we're not sure about UK availability, but we think they could be out in a few months.
First to be announced is the Rokr E8 (pictured right), a very slick-looking music phone that features a glossy casing, which lights up different touch-sensitive keys depending on the application you're using.
The Rokr E8 also comes with a funky scroll wheel so you can search through your music collection quickly. Best of all, there's a 3.5mm headphone jack so you can listen to music using your own headphones.
Other features include 2GB of onboard memory and an expandable microSD slot (up to 2GB). It supports MIDI, MP3, AAC, AAC+, Enhanced AAC+, WMA, WAV, AMR-NB and Real Audio (RA) v10, and there's a 2-megapixel camera on the back.
Now we know 2 megapixels isn't impressive and that the lack of 3G will annoy certain people, but at only 10mm thin this phone has a lot going for it and will directly compete with the likes of the nifty. Click through for more pics.
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