A business-cum-music phone: thatís the Motorola MotorokrE6 for you. Click here for a brief review of the phone and take a looks at its features, technical specifications and price.

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The Motorola Motorokr E6 is a brave attempt at the mixing of two phone segments. On the one hand, it is projected to handle efficient organizing and on the other, it tries its best to be your personal musician. But the reality is that the phone fails to excel in either function. Not convinced? Then read on to know more.

Design and Looks
First things first, the Motorola Motorokr E6 is not a slider. It's understandable if that's what you thought of the phone when you first saw it because of the presence of the D-pad on the front but in fact, it's a PDA-bar. Yes, Motorola have proved that even PDA phones can have the ever-useful 5-way nav-pad. Hooray for that. Apart from this little design novelty, the phone is a complete style-disaster. It's dull, ugly and far from compact. But since tastes are subjective, let's leave it at that. The front of the phone is glossy and the back incorporates metal. The sides of the phone play host to dedicated music keys, the volume rocker, the 3.5mm audio jack and an SD card slot. This phone is a lot like the A1600 Motoming but even that phone looked much better.

This touchscreen phone incorporates a 2.4Ē TFT resistive touchscreen that produces 256,000 colours over a reasonable resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. Although fairly sensitive even for capacitive screen standards, this resistive screen's small size makes finger-operations hard to perform so you will have to use the provided stylus at all times. However we cannot really complain about the screen's size since Motorola have so generously provided us with a large nav-pad below it. The nav-pad is really handy and saves users from having to use the touchscreen every time they wish to navigate the menus. Full marks for this.

The phone mounts a laggy Linux based operating system that's not worthy of the smartphone tag. This is because the OS has some reliability issues or the phone's processor is not strong enough to handle the load. In any case, multi-tasking is possible but the phone gets noticeably slow and runs out of resources quickly. To add to the smartphone charm, the phone's homescreen houses several shortcuts and widgets to popular apps.

Targeted at business users, this phone packs in business oriented apps like the Picsel Viewer and the business card reader. The Picsel Viewer is a Microsoft Office document viewer that is also capable of executing and displaying pictures and text in other non-MS Office formats. The business card reader is an app that takes pictures of business cards and then pulls out the information using some sort of character recognition software. It sounds nice in theory but in practice it does not work so well as in a lot of cases it just translates the details on business cards into gibberish.

The phone's music playing capabilities are a mixed bag. On the up-side, the sound quality is great but on the downside there are no customizable equalizer presets, the volume output is low and the bass frequencies tend to get cut off. The dedicated music keys and the option to plug in virtually any type of headset should offer some consolation.

The phone's camera is a 2MP unit that is mounted on a raised platform at the back. On one-side the camera is surrounded by a self-portrait mirror and on the other, it is flanked by a toggle-switch that switches the camera viewfinder between landscape and portrait orientation. The camera's performance is average but images are saved fast. Videos are recorded at CIF resolution but end up looking like a bunch of multi-coloured squares.

Other noteworthy applications onboard the phone include the talking phone feature, MusicID music recognition software, Real media player, a Google search client, a Taskmanager to manage multi-tasking, a browser and other odds and ends like games, stopwatch, voice recorder and the like.

At the end of the day, the Motorola Motorokr is a confused rebel without a cause. It does not know whether it wants to grow up and be serious or stay young and have fun. It clearly fails to hit a high note or multi-task efficiently. At this price, users could just as well go in for a dedicated business phone with a speedy hardware and all round connectivity or a music handset with advanced music playing capabilities. But if deciding between the two genres of phone is hard then maybe the Motorokr E6 will provide you with the compromise you're looking for.

  • 2.4-inch 256K colour TFT resistive touchscreen
  • 5-way nav-pad
  • Standard 3.5mm audio jack
  • Dedicated music keys
  • Linux based OS with multi-tasking capabilities
  • 2MP fixed-focus camera

  • EQ7 Wireless Hi-fi Stereo Speaker System – 80199
  • Portable Charger P790

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Motorola Motorokr E6 Price India
Price:Rs. 12,319
Warranty (years): 1
Color Options:Black

Technical Specifications of Motorola Motorokr E6
Overview Body Type Bar
Battery Life/Talk time 7.0 Hours
Standby Talktime 235 Hours
Dimensions Width 52 mm
Depth 15 mm
Length 111 mm
Weight 121 g
Camera Camera Yes
Secondary Camera NO
Camera Resolution 2 MP
Camera Flash No
Auto Focus NO
Display Display Size 2.4 inches
Display Resolution 240 x 320 pixels
Dispaly Type TFT Touchscreen
Colours 256K
Memory Internal Memory 8MB
Card Slot Yes
Complimentary Card 1GB
Expandable Memory 2 GB
Multimedia Features FM Radio Yes
MP3 Player Yes
Connectivity Options Wi-Fi NO
Bluetooth Yes
Infrared NO
USB Connector Yes
Technology Cellular Network GSM
SIM Type Single SIM
Operating System Operating System Linux
Features Input Type TFT Resistive Touchscreen
Handsfree Speaker Yes
Flight Mode Yes
Inbulit Dictaphone Yes
Flashlight NO
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