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The Rokr E8 has a sleek and striking design Read full review
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The Rokr E8 has a brilliant display. It's great for viewing photos and playing games. Read full review
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The Rokr E8 has a slim profile. Its power switch is located on its right spine, below its charger port. Read full review
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The E8's metal battery cover gives it a sturdy feel. The camera lens sits at the top of the phone's rear face, while the speaker sits on the bottom. Read full review
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The E8 shows off nicely in the hand. Read full review
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The E8's controls take some acclimation, particularly the scroll wheel and the navigation toggle. Read full review
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The E8 travels well. Read full review
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When in phone mode, the Rokr E8's "ModeShift" keypad displays only the calling controls. Read full review
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In music mode, only the applicable controls are backlit. Read full review
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And in camera mode, only the camera controls are visible. Read full review
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The E8's camera lens lacks a flash and a self-portrait mirror, but we like the 3.5mm headset jack. Read full review
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