"Ever since the first RAZR handset swept imperiously onto the
scene, professional Motorola fans have been clamouring for a
smartphone version. The QWERTY-blessed Q went some way to
satisfying those lusts, but the broad body needed to accommodate
all those keys meant however much EL-backlighting Motorola put in,
it wasn't quite the same. Now the company has decided to sweep the
board again, this time eschewing keyboards altogether and instead
going the touchscreen route. The MOTOROKR E6 is a combination
music/smartphone, running Linux on its 2.4-inch QVGA screen and
making the most of a 2-megapixel digital camera for photos and
video. SD storage means up to 2GB of space..."
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