Last night at an exclusive London event, Motorola launched the MOTO ROKR E8 handset, which is aimed at music aficionados.
Featuring ModeShift technology, it turns from a music player back to a phone with the touch of one button, and has FastScroll navigation for rolling through your songs – you can store 3,000 of them due to the 2GB of storage – and locate the one you want easily. Unfortunately you have to use Windows Media Player 11 to transfer those tunes, however.
Specs-wise, there’s Bluetooth, a full HTML web browser, haptics, a 2.0-megapixel camera, and microSD card slot. Sadly there’s no 3G internet, but you’ll probably be too busy nodding your head along to your music to actually surf the web.