Motorola’s E690 (a.k.a. the ROKR E6) has just received FCC approval. This Linux-powered Smartphone boasts a 2.0-megapixel camera, 240 x 320 QVGA touchscreen display, an SD/MMC card slot, two “3D Surround” speakers, Bluetooth, and USB connectivity. No word yet on pricing and availability.

We certainly don’t want to get anyone’s hopes up over a possible US release — because frankly, with GSM 1900 the only American band in the box, we don’t see it happening — but Motorola’s Linux-tastic ROKR E6 just breezed through the FCC. The stylus-based device shares the design cues used extensively through Motorola’s mainstream lineup, coming off with a polished look

[via engadgetmobile]

Motorola’s E690 (a.k.a. the ROKR E6) has just received FCC approval. This Linux-powered Smartphone boasts a 2.0-megapixel camera, 240 x 320 QVGA touchscreen display, an SD/MMC card slot, two “3D Surround” speakers, Bluetooth, and USB connectivity. No word yet on pricing and availability.

We certainly don’t want to get anyone’s hopes up over a possible US release — because frankly, with GSM 1900 the only American band in the box, we don’t see it happening — but Motorola’s Linux-tastic ROKR E6 just breezed through the FCC. The stylus-based device shares the design cues used extensively through Motorola’s mainstream lineup, coming off with a polished look

[via engadgetmobile]