Motorola have announced that they plan to launch a new version of their music playing, iTune enabled ROKR phone early in 2006. The E2 works on a Linux platform and...

Motorola have announced that they plan to launch a new version of their music playing, iTune enabled ROKR phone early in 2006. The E2 works on a Linux platform and comes with a 2GB memory, iTunes or MP3 compatability, has a 1.3 megapixel camera for photos and video something called a SCREEN3 for, erm, "zero-click access to news, sports and entertainment content."

The first version of the ROKR received little buzz when Apple announced the Nano on the same day as the phone's launch. With USB 2.0 connectivity and a removeable SD card, this phone seems far more on the ball. What do you think, gang?

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