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Friday, 05 December 2008 10:22

Motorola announces ROKR EM35

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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Music slidephone

 

Motorola recently rolled out the latest addition to its ROKR series of mobile phones. The latest one is named EM35 and it’s a music slide-phone with quite an attractive design.

The phone features an HQ audio processor and comes with special media control keys, Stereo Bluetooth and integrated stereo speakers. There’s also an FM receiver with RDS support and a 3,5mm stereo audio out.

EM35 comes with a 3,1MP camera with fixed focus, capable of taking pictures and video. It runs on Motorola’s Linux-Java platform and supports quad-band GSM/EDGE networks.

Motorola says that the phone should hit retail before the end of the year.

More here.

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