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Motorola ROKR E7 Review

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Motorola ROKR E7 Review
The Motorola ROKR E7, another Motorola phone whose picture has been leaked in the net, is said to be the answer of Nokia N95. The thing that will take away the heart of the phone lover is its extremely large 2.8 inch touch screen. The advance TFT display offers 16 million colours and has a VGA resolution (480 x 640 pixels) which will leave Nokia N95 and Apple iPhone far behind. The case is only 14 millimetres wide and 10.1 centimetres long. And with 4.7 millimetres thickness and 112 grams weight you will not even feel it in your pockets. For all the camera loving people ROKR E7 is equipped with a 5 megapixel camera manufactured by none other than the eminent camera producer Kodak. The camera is laced with Xenon flash with which Motorola leaves behind the time of the LED lights

Although some multimedia lover will be disappointed with its 2 gigabyte memory but not to worry as it can be expanded with SD High Capacity memorycards up to 32 gigabyte. For music lovers delight the handset also offers a stereo FM radio with RDS. It is being said that even the best music players will not come close to this device. On top of everything it is laced with GPS receiver, it is definitely expected to give hard time to Nokia N95. Wait there is more the handset is also equipped with the Nvidia GoForce S500 video card, one of the first video cards for the mobile phone. It guarantees a perfect view with games, videos and applications in a way at which no other phone is comparable. Communicator also supports Bluetooth 2.0, USB 2.0, GPS, EDGE, WLAN, USB-host. The phone has advance network support and internet will be an absolute pleasure as it is equipped with the Opera 8 web browser. ROKR E7 is a 3G number one player with its support of EDGE, UMTS and the fast HSDPA. It will also support HSDPA speeds up to 3.6 Mbit per second.

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