T-Mobile to offer Motorola ROKR E8

T-Mobile to offer Motorola ROKR E8
T-Mobile USA now lists the Motorola ROKR E8 as “coming soon” and it is expected to launch it on Monday, June 30th, at a price of $200 after two-year contract. This has been anticipated since mid-Feb when a photo of the E8 with the carrier branding leaked.

The ROKR E8 is Motorola’s high-class music-centric phone; it is a slim candybar with landscape display and “morphing” keypad, which visualizes different buttons depending on the menu you are in (in the music player, it shows controls instead of numeric keys).

Motorola ROKR E8 Specifications

source: T-Mobile via EngadgetMobile



1. unregistered

rogers in canada is already getting this and so is the u9 too

2. unregistered

Rogers is a smooth operator.

7. unregistered

yes it is very high prices too

3. JC unregistered

I bet it'll be crippled to all hell... notice how they don't mention anything about the HTML browser in the description of the phone on the TMobile website... they probably got rid of the Opera browser... Tmobile phones suck...

4. unregistered

Couldn't you just reinstall it through Opera's website? I would hope that you could...

5. C-Chickie unregistered

I swear I love the idea of a morpthing keypad...

6. C-Chickie unregistered

I just don't understand why this phone is GSM. Its so disappointing!!

8. unregistered

its not going to be cdma just for you

9. unregistered

because this phone is not targeted a 3g users, it was also very much target at china, who dosnt have no 3g yet

11. C-Chickie unregistered

Didn't know that. Thanks! :)

12. McPussyBurger unregistered

T-Mobile doesnt have a 3G networl yet, but since they are coming out with sooo many phones, they are! what service provider do u have? I have T-mobile. but im getting AT&T!!

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