Thursday, 20 November 2008

Motorola ROKR E8 Review With Complete Specifications

Motorola ROKR E8 is the latest handset of Motorola Family.There are many things which can be very useful for anybody using this ROKR E8. One of the major facets of this handset is its capability to serve as a good medium for sharing information and hence becoming quite an useful device for a user. The speed at which data is exchanged is quite high in this mobile device due to the presence of GPRS Class 12 with the multiple slots facility of 4+1/3+2/2+3/1+4. Hence this technology ensures that the data that is exchanged is being done in a quick manner. The performance in this regard is also enhanced with the technology of EDGE Class 12.

Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP is a good medium for the task of data exchange and this feature is further facilitated with the presence of USB v2.0 which makes this mobile device capable of sharing information with other USB devices as well.The capacity of this handset to perform as a good memory device is also evident in the fact that there is about a total of 2 GB of internal user memory and apart from that, the mobile phone user who is using this handset also has the option of increasing the memory with the purchase of a microSD(TransFlash) memory card.

The Motorola ROKR E8 is present both in the colours of Dark Navy and Platinum and hence looks quite good. This is one facet of the handset and another one is the entertainment feature which has a camera with a resolution of 2 MP and a music player. There is also a FM radio in this mobile device. The camera of this motorola mobile phone is quite capable of taking excellent pictures and the music player is able to play song files with the formats of MP3 and AAC. This handset gives the network ability of 2G with the network frequencies of GSM 850, GSM 900, GSM 1800 and GSM 1900. Hence the user is able to use this mobile device all over the planet while getting excellent coverage anywhere in the world. 'Roaming' is thus not a problem with this handset due to the network features.

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