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Motorola Rokr

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The Motorola Rokr /ˈrɒkər/, styled ROKR is a series of mobile phones from Motorola, part of a 4LTR line developed before the spin out of Motorola Mobility Rokr models were released starting in September 2005 and continuing into 2009 They were notable for incorporating support of media player features

Contents

  • 1 E1
  • 2 E2
  • 3 E6
  • 4 Z6
  • 5 Z6m
  • 6 W5
  • 7 E8
  • 8 EM30
  • 9 EM326g
  • 10 EM35
  • 11 W6
  • 12 ZN50
  • 13 EM25/EM325
  • 14 EM28/EM330
  • 15 References

E1edit

Motorola Rokr E1
Compatible networks GPRS
Dimensions 108 x 46 x 205 mm
Weight 107 g
Memory microSD
Display 176x220 pixels,
262,000 colors
Connectivity Bluetooth
A Rokr connecting to an Apple Powerbook G4

The E1 is the first phone to be integrated with Apple Inc's iTunes music player, which was next used in a phone in 2007 on the iPhone It was launched on September 7, 2005 in San Francisco, California The phone had been widely expected, with technology sites reporting on collaborations between Motorola and Apple as far back as December 2004

Description and acceptance

The Rokr E1 is a re-badged Motorola E398 candybar style phone it was originally called the E790 with Apple-licensed technology to play back music purchased from the iTunes Music Store It features a music player with an interface similar to that of Apple's iPod music players Since hardware on Motorola E398 and Rokr E1 phones are the same, it is possible to Crossflash Motorola Rokr E1 firmware to Motorola E398 using phone flashing software like Flash & backup

While the phone is equipped with an upgradeable 512 MB microSD memory card Max usable memory 1 GB, it is restricted by its firmware to allow only 100 songs to be loaded at any time1 The limit hurt the Rokr's appeal Many users also discovered that transferring music to the phone was slow compared to dedicated players, due to lack of support for Hi-Speed USB, and there was also no wireless transfer2 The Rokr was also criticized for being too much like the preceding E398 As a result, the Rokr E1 sold below expectations despite a high-profile marketing campaign3

Relations between Motorola and Apple were also strained because the latter unveiled the iPod nano at the same time, and Motorola CEO Ed Zander later accused Apple of purposely undercutting the Rokr4

The Rokr E1 was replaced by the E2 see below, which lacked iTunes support and was superseded by the iTunes-enabled SLVR L7

E2edit

Motorola Rokr E2
Compatible networks GSM 900/1800/1900 with GPRS Class 10 2U/4D
Availability by country Digicel
Claro
Dimensions 106 × 495 × 18 mm
Weight 115 g
CPU Intel XScale PXA270
Storage 11 MB
Removable storage SD expansion card slot for up to 2 GB or 4 GB, if flashed with modded firmware
Display 30 × 40 mm TFT LCD,
240×320 pixels, 262K colours
Rear camera 13-megapixel, video at 15 fps for 2 hours maximum
Connectivity Bluetooth 20 + EDR supports A2DP
USB 20 by mini-USB

The E2 was released in January 2006 Instead of iTunes, the phone came bundled with RealPlayer, supporting a larger variety of formats It also featured a music control panel on the left side of the phone Users can also listen to stereo FM radio with Motorola Rokr E2 By using iRadio, FM radio programs can also be downloaded into the phone through internet, letting users listen to the radio at any time The first public release occurred on June 22, 2006 in China56

Features
  • Talk time: up to 9 hours
  • Standby time: up to 8 days
  • Multimedia playback: MP3, AMR, MID, MIDI, SMF, MMF, XMF, IMY, WAV, RA, WMA, AAC, AWB, MPGA, M4A, 3GA, RM, RMVB, 3GP, MP4 by RealPlayer
  • Audio connector: 35 mm headset jack
  • Java support: MIDP 20, CLDC 11, HEAP 2mb
  • Browser: Opera 850 with e-mail support
  • Local connectivity:

As a Linux-based phone, the open source community developed numerous modifications to the phone's software, such as quad band, EDGE, and support for a 4 GB SD cardcitation needed Some have overclocked the processor

E6edit

Motorola Rokr E6
Manufacturer Motorola
Series Motorola Rokr
Compatible networks GSM Tri-band 900/1800/1900, hackable to Quad-band
Availability by country November 14, 2006 China
December 4, 2006 Worldwide
Dimensions 111 × 515 × 14 mm 82 cc
Weight 122 g
Operating system MontaVista Linux OS not MOTOMAGX
CPU Intel XScale-PXA27x rev 7 v5l
Memory 46 MB RAM 50% free after boot-up
Storage 120 MB
Removable storage SD/MMC expandable to 4 GB New patch
Battery Li-ion 1000 mAh
Data inputs Touchscreen with stylus
Display 24 in diagonal touch TFT LCD,
262k colors, 240×320 pixels
Rear camera 2 megapixels + Macro Mode
Connectivity GPRS Class 10
BCM2045 Bluetooth 20 +A2DP
35 mm Stereo/Mic Jack
Enhanced Mini USB

The E6 was released in China on November 14, 2006, and subsequently worldwide on December 4, 2006

The Rokr E6 is a direct descendant of the E680 and the MING, sharing the same Montavista Linux operating system, Intel XScale PXA270 series processors, and the RealPlayer media player instead of the iTunes player installed on the first Rokr phone The E6 features a built-in FM radio, but no radio recording It also inherited the 2-megapixel camera with manual macro-switching and business card recognition from MING, enhanced with QR Code recognition functions Additionally, the phone features a 35 mm headphone jack, allowing use of a standard-sized headphone plug

It comes installed with Picsel Viewer with the ability to read Microsoft Office and PDF file formats

Details

The phone is part of Motorola's line of phones running Linux, this one using a modified 2420 kernel This has upset some, as they broke the GPL in not releasing the kernel source code7 The software is an updated version of MING Motorola A1200, with a different file system Most of the apps that work on the MING work on the E6, but some may not due to the file system Normally the phone only runs on tri-band GSM networks, though some have found an exploit to get it to run on Quad Band networks and over Edge8 The radio channel frequency can also be modified beyond 88 MHz to 65 MHz, and the preset number of channels can also be modified

Technical specifications
Battery Life Up to 7 hours talk time - about 235 hours standby
Web Camera Yes, via USB
Voice Recording Yes amr
Video Recording Yes, up to CIF 352×288 3gp
Maximum number of Sockets 10
Browsers Opera Mini with support for HTTP, HTTPS, Socket, Secure Socket, UDP
Image Support PNG, GIF, BMP, JPEG, EMS, WMP
Encoding schemes USASCII, UTF-8 Unicode, UTF-16 with explicit Byte Order Mark Part of IOP, UCS-2
Messaging SMS, MMS
E-mail POP3, IMAP4, SMTP
Java Yes, CLDC v11 and MIDP v20 compliant
FCC ID Yes9

Z6edit

Motorola Rokr Z6
Manufacturer Motorola
Compatible networks GSM quad-band with EDGE
Predecessor Motorola Rizr Z3
Successor Motorola Rizr Z8
Dimensions 1055 × 455 × 16 mm
Weight 115g / 406 ounces
Operating system MOTOMAGX
CPU Freescale MXC275-30
32-bit 528 MHz ARM11
Memory 64 MB available to user, 96 MB ROM, 64 MB SDRAM
Removable storage microSD TransFlash card up to 2 GB
Battery BC50 37V at 750mah
Display 21 in diagonal TFT LCD,
320×240 px, 262,000 colors
Rear camera 20 MPix with LED flash
Connectivity mini-USB
Bluetooth Class 2 + A2DP
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The Z6, originally known as the Rizr Z6, was released on July 7, 2007 The Z6 features Motorola's new version of the embedded Linux-based operating system, MOTOMAGX It also supports stereo Bluetooth technology A2DP and features a 2-megapixel digital camera The Z6 also supports synchronisation with Windows Media Player 11, allowing playlists and audio to be transferred to the phone's internal memory, which can in turn be transferred onto a compatible microSD memory card The phone does not support 3G or HSDPA, relying on EDGE for data

Audio format support

The Z6 supports the following audio formats:citation needed

  • Windows WMAv10 plus Janus DRM
  • MP3
  • AAC
  • AAC+
  • AAC+ enhanced
  • AMR NB
  • WAV
  • XMF
Video format support

The Z6 supports the following video formats:citation needed

  • 3GP
  • 3G2
  • MP4
  • RealVideo
  • xvid

Z6medit

Motorola Rokr Z6m
Compatible networks CDMA 800/1900 1xEV-DO r0 data speed
Dimensions 1055 × 455 × 16 mm
Weight 115 g / 406 ounces
Operating system BREW, Paragon 2005 P2K05 Internal Filesystem
Memory 14 MB
Removable storage Supports microSD TransFlash memory cards:
512 Mb card included;
Upgradeable to 2 GB
Display 2 in diagonal TFT LCD,
320×240 px, 65,536 colors
Connectivity mini-USB,
Bluetooth Class 2,
EV-DO
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The Z6m is the CDMA version of the Rokr Z6 The Rokr Z6m comes with an integrated music player, 35 mm headset jack, stereo Bluetooth, a 512 MB MicroSD card in its respective slot, a key lock switch, and a 2-megapixel digital camera The phone supports up to 2 GB of removable storage

Unlike the Z6, the Z6m does not run MotoMAGX, a version of Linux, but instead runs the Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless operating system, also known as BREW

US Cellular was the first carrier to release the Rokr Z6m on October 14, 2007 alongside their Napster-to-Go service's launchcitation needed

Technical information

When connected to a computer via USB and the connection type is set to "Modem/COM", the phone acts like a USB serial peripheral, allowing Motorola Phone AT Commands to be sent In this mode, sending "AT+MODE=8" will put the phone into a different state, in which it no longer accepts AT commands but its P2K05 functionality is accessible

W5edit

Motorola Rokr W5
Weight 107 g
Memory 20 MB internal
microSD up to 2 GB
Display 176x220, 256K colors
Rear camera 13 MP
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The W5 was released in September 2007citation needed The phone features up to 2 GB through a microSD slot, a 13-megapixel camera, Motorola's P2K OS, and a music player

E8edit

Motorola Rokr E8
Manufacturer Motorola
Compatible networks GPRS
Availability by country July 2008
Predecessor Rokr E6
Successor Rokr EM30
Dimensions 115 mm × 53 mm × 106 mm
Weight 100 g
Memory 2 GB internal memory and microSDup to 10 GB with SDHC
Battery Li-ion 970 mAh
Display Type: TFT; Colors: 250K; Size: 320 x 240 pixels 2 inches
Rear camera 2 megapixel, 8x zoom
Connectivity mini-USB, 35 mm headphone jack, Bluetooth Class 2
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The E8 was released in July 2008 It features a new keypad interface called ModeShift, which automatically changes the context of the keypad depending on the current function of the device It also features a localized touch feedback system with haptic technology that gives the feeling of real buttons, though the keyboard surface is smooth It will sync with Microsoft Outlook, but not with Web or Mac based calendars

Both E8 and EM30 uses the ModeShift technology and this enables the phone to switch from talk to music with one touch special music keys light up when playing music Coupled with in-build CrystalTalk technology a Motorola patent, crisp and clear conversations is possible in noisy environments

Carriers
  • T-Mobile
  • Rogers Wireless
  • Cellular One
Specifications

The complete Motorola Rokr E8 list of specifications are:10

Type Specification
Battery Life Talk: 7 hours; Standby: 300 hours
Phone Book Capacity Unlimited limited only by memory capacity
Video Capture MOV 176144 @15 frame/s
Email Client Protocols Supported: POP3, IMAP4, SMTP
EMS / Picture Messaging EMS 50
Java ME Version: MIDP 20
Predictive Text Entry Technology: iTAP
Text Messaging 2-Way
Voice Dialing speaker-independent
Wireless Internet WAP 20, xHTML, HTML
FM Radio Yes
Alarm Yes
Calculator Yes
Calendar Yes
Custom Graphics Yes
Data-Capable Yes
Digital TTY/TDD Yes
Games Yes
MMS Yes
Multiple Languages Yes English, French, Chinese, Spanish
Multiple Numbers per Name Yes
PC Sync Yes
Picture ID Yes
Polyphonic Ringtones Yes
Ringer ID Yes
Side Keys Yes
Speaker Phone Yes
Text Messaging Templates Yes
Vibrate Yes
Voice Memo Yes

EM30edit

Motorola Rokr EM30
Manufacturer Motorola
Compatible networks GSM 850/ 900/ 1800/ 1900
Availability by country August 5, 2008
Predecessor Motorola Rokr E8
Successor Aura
Dimensions 115 mm × 53 mm × 106 mm
Weight 100 g
Memory 185 MB RAM
Battery Li-ion 970 mAh
Display Type: TFT; Colors: 250K; Size: 240 x 320 pixels 2 inches
Rear camera 2 megapixel, 8x zoom
Connectivity mini-USB, 35 mm headphone jack, Bluetooth Class 2

The EM30, releasing in August 2008, was the lower-end version of the E8 see above, without the FastScroll navigation wheel and the haptics feel

EM30 is running on LiMo Platform, a Linux-based operating system for mobile devices It is the 22nd LiMo Handset11

Both E8 and EM30 uses the ModeShift technology and this enables the phone to switch from talk to music with one touch special music keys get lighted up when playing music The phone incorporated Motorola's patented CrystalTalk technology, providing clear conversations in noisy environmentscitation needed

Specifications
  • Messaging: MMS, EMS 50, email POP3, SMTP, IMAP4, Motosync for corporate email support
  • Connectivity method: Stereo Bluetooth Class 2, 35mm, USB 20 HS, Mobile Phone Tools, Over the Air Sync OTA, PC Sync
  • Dual Transfer Mode DTM: Enables GPRS during call; operator dependent
  • Camera: 2 MP, Digital Zoom, Fixed Focus, take up to 8 multi shot pictures
  • Capture/Playback/Streaming: H263, MPEG4, WMV v9
  • Audio: MIDI, MP3, AAC, AAC+, Enhanced AAC+, WMA, WAV, AMR-NB, Real Audio RA v10
  • FM Radio: with Radio Data System RDS 3
  • Keypad: Backlight morphing keypad that changes color from phone mode to music mode
  • Airplane Mode: Uninterrupted music up in the plane/play music
  • 35mm headset
  • 3D Stereo Sound
  • Memory: 30 MB internal memory, optional 8 GB microSDHC support
  • Microsoft Music Ecosystem Support sync music with Windows Media Player
  • Audio Playback: Target 16 hours Airplane Mode
  • Crystal Talk technology for noise cancellation
  • Text to speech recognition
Technical specifications
  • Bands/Modes: Quad Band
  • Dimensions: 115x53x106mm
  • Display: 20˝ QVGA 240x320 262K TFT
  • Form Factor: Bar with internal antenna
  • GPRS Class 12: EDGE class 12
  • Audio Playback Time: up to approximately 16 hours
  • Size: 60cc
  • Standby Time: up to approximately 300 hours
  • Talk Time: up to approximately 360 minutes
  • Weight: 100g
  • Airplane Mode: listen to music, take pictures, play games on the plane, with the RF off

EM326gedit

Motorola Rokr EM326g
Memory microSDup to 2 GB
Rear camera 13 MP
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The EM326g was released in January 2009 It is the first ROKR phone to be available pre-configured for use with a prepaid network Net10

EM35edit

Motorola Rokr EM35
Manufacturer Motorola
Availability by country Q1 2009
Predecessor Rokr EM30
Weight 116 g
Memory 110 MB RAM
Display 320x240 pixels, TFT LCD, 256K colours
Rear camera 315 megapixel
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The EM35 was released in Q1 2009 It had a 315 MP camera, 110 MB internal memory, and a microSD card slot supporting up to 16 GB

W6edit

Motorola Rokr W6
Weight 107 g
Memory 20 MB internal
microSD up to 2 GB
Display 176x220, 256K colors
Rear camera 13 MP
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The W6 was released in April 2009

ZN50edit

Motorola Rokr ZN50
Weight 143 g
Memory microSD up to 16 GB
Display 240x427, 256K colors, TFT LCD touchscreen
Rear camera 315 MP with auto-focus
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The ZN50 was released in July 2009 as a high-end phone in the Rokr series It featured a 315 MP camera with auto-focus, improved screen resolution, a touchscreen and storage expandable up to 16 GB

EM25/EM325edit

Motorola Rokr EM25
Weight 90g
Memory microSD up to 2 GB
Display 128x160, 65K colors, TFT LCD
Rear camera 13 MP
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The EM25/EM325 was released in July 2009, at the same time as the ZN50 see above

EM28/EM330edit

Motorola EM28/EM330
Manufacturer Motorola
Availability by country July 2009
Form factor Clam / Flip
Dimensions In inches: 41mm x 21mm x 06mm
Weight 90g with battery
Memory 30MB
Removable storage microSD up to 2 GB
Battery Lithium ion battery, Talk time: Up to 7 hrs, Stand-by: Up to 23 days
Display 65K color, 128 x 160 pixels
Rear camera 13 MP
Connectivity Bluetooth
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The Motorola EM28/EM330 was released in July 2009, at the same time as the ZN50 and EM25/EM325 see above

Specifications
  • 13-megapixel camera
  • Bluetooth
  • Video Playback & Streaming Video
  • Voice Recorder 60seconds limited
  • Calculator, Calendar, and Alarm Clock
  • Vibrating, Games and Sync
  • Volume Control
  • Cellular Video
  • SMS, MMS, EMS, and Chat
  • Dual band GSM 850/1800/1900 MHz
  • Weight: 90g with battery
  • 65K colour, 128fg
  • MMS
  • Video Recorder
  • FM Radio: RDS Radio
  • MP3 Player AT&T Mobile Music / MusicID
  • SMS text messages
  • MMS messaging with pictures
  • EMS
  • Photo and data sharing with Bluetooth 20
  • Mini-USB port for connection with PC
  • WAP 20 web browser
  • Battery: Lithium-ion
  • Talk time: Up to 7 hours
  • Stand-by: Up to 23 days

Referencesedit

  1. ^ "It's official: Rokr E1 iTunes phone can only store max 100 tracks" Engadget Sep 8, 2005 Retrieved 2010-11-17 
  2. ^ Tynan, Dan 2006-05-26 "The 25 Worst Tech Products of All Time" PC World Retrieved 2013-03-22 
  3. ^ "Moto Blasts iRadio" Red Herring 2 January 2006 Archived from the original on 2011-06-07 Retrieved 2013-03-22 
  4. ^ Andreescu, Alex 27 September 2005 "iPod nano: The End of the Motorola-Apple Story - Ed Zander, Motorola CEO: "Screw the nano"" Softpedia Retrieved 2010-06-05 
  5. ^ Ziegler, Chris 2006-06-23 "China first to get Motorola Rokr E2" Engadgetmobilecom Retrieved 2013-03-22 
  6. ^ "Music to Retailer's Ears: Motorola Next Generation Music Device Rokr E2 Makes Smash Debut at GOME" Prnewswirecom 2006-06-21 Retrieved 2013-03-22 
  7. ^ "First Release of Rokr E6 Source Available" opensourcemotorolacom dead link
  8. ^ "EDGE and Quad-Band" Rokitrokr-edgeblogspotcom 2006-07-11 Retrieved 2013-03-22 
  9. ^ Ziegler, Chris Oct 19, 2006 "Motorola ROKR E6 gets FCC blessing" engadgetmobilecom Retrieved 2013-03-22 
  10. ^ "Motorola E8 specifications" Gsmarenacom Retrieved 2013-03-22 
  11. ^ "Motorola's New Rokr EM30 Becomes 22nd LiMo Handset" limofoundationorg Archived from the original on 2008-12-05 

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