- Apr 12, 2001
Engadget posted photos of the Motorola SLVR L7 -- an upcoming cellphone which also incorporates iTunes support.
The phone follows the widely criticized ROKR Motorola phone which first introduced iTunes on a cellular phone.Nothing too unexpected it has just about the same user interface as the ROKR E1 (though the menus are slightly less sluggish) and it has Bluetooth, a VGA digital camera, and a TransFlash memory card slot for storing up to 100 iTunes tracks, but there is one real surprise: the phone doesnt have a headphone jack. Seems a bit odd for a phone with iTunes, but were hearing that Motorola will offer Bluetooth stereo headphones.
Meanwhile, Sprint has joined the fray with their own music phone service which offers over-the-air song purchasing.