Motorola innovations from CES – Moto Z10, Rokr E8 and more

It’s rocking time for all you mobile lovers out there.

Sony Ericsson revealed 3 new models at the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2008 in Las Vegas recently. Read Fonearena’s coverage of the new releases here.

Motorola has followed suit and unveiled four handsets at the Show, two brand new handsets, Moto Z10 & Rokr E8 and two enhanced versions of existing models, W230 & W270.

Moto Z10

Nicknamed the “pocket-sized mobile film studio”, the Z10, based on the Symbian operating system will allow users to play and capture high-quality video, marry audio and video, and create storyboards with soundtracks directly on the phone.

If you are a film enthusiast, you can even upload the video/movie on various social networking websites.


With the Z10 you get high-definition video, advanced messaging, blogging, and photo sharing. The handset will be HSDPA enabled and will work on GSM/GPRS/EDGE networks.

Specifications in detail:

• GSM850/900/1800/1900, WCDMA, GPRS/EDGE, 3.6 Mbps HSDPA connectivity
• Symbian 9.2 OS with UIQ 3.2 UI
• 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus, 8x digital zoom, flash and 30 fps QVGA video recording capability
• VGA front camera
• 2.2″ 320×240 QVGA 16M colour display
• 90 MB of built-in memory
• MicroSD memory card slot
• Bluetooth A2DP, MiniUSB



Although Motorola remained tight lipped about the price of the handset, a preview of the handset revealed the price at 400 Euro approximately (Rs 23,000) without taxes and subsidies.

Via: Informationweek