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Dead phone walking: meet the UIQ-based Motorola ROKR E10

Chris Ziegler
February 26, 2009
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Sony Ericsson's Paris wasn't the only perfectly good handset to go down with the sinking UIQ ship, it seems. Remember that TEXEL from back in the day? Yeah, well, it's reemerged more than a year later -- a year too late, may we add -- supposedly branded the ROKR E10, which would fall in line with the company's recent ROKR branding. Looks like the thing has undergone a bit of a metamorphosis over the course of its development (as all phones do), but let's not spend too long analyzing it -- it's based on UIQ, after all, which means that very likely been thoroughly wiped clean of Moto's launch schedule. Doesn't look half bad, but then again, what would this have that the Sony Ericsson W950 didn't have three years ago?

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