1. vinman's Avatar
    http://www.reuters.com/article/domes...9?pageNumber=1

    This link looks more than a little interesting...
    07-09-2007 05:45 PM
  2. cmaier's Avatar
    http://www.reuters.com/article/domes...9?pageNumber=1

    This link looks more than a little interesting...
    If it's really based on the nano and has no touchscreen, etc., it sounds more like a replacement for that motorola-apple phone than anything else. (Presumably it isn't locked to 100 songs, though :-)
    07-09-2007 05:52 PM
  3. vinman's Avatar
    The article suggests that it will target people who spend c. $100 or less on a phone. It also suggests a device with a circular nav wheel, so I imagine no touch screen...
    Which device is locked to 100 songs? My son has a Nano and the Moto SLVR (iTunes phone) and neither have a 100 song limit...
    07-09-2007 05:58 PM
  4. cmaier's Avatar
    There was a moto phone out before the slvr. It was the first phone to sync with itunes. And despite a memory card slot, it would lock down to 100 songs (that is, even if you had a card with a different 100 songs on it, it would refuse to play it.) I don't remember the model name. Rokr or something?
    07-09-2007 06:11 PM
  5. mikec#IM's Avatar
    There was a moto phone out before the slvr. It was the first phone to sync with itunes. And despite a memory card slot, it would lock down to 100 songs (that is, even if you had a card with a different 100 songs on it, it would refuse to play it.) I don't remember the model name. Rokr or something?
    I thought it was the ROKR too, but I thought there was more to it.

    Turns out it was the ROKR E1

    http://www.engadget.com/2005/09/07/t...-itunes-phone/

    Now, a nano iPhone...I could get into that...
    07-09-2007 06:30 PM
  6. braj's Avatar
    If a nano phone was the size of a regular Nano, that would be tremendous. Battery life would be a concern though. How about a Shuffle phone? You could just wear it on your ear
    07-09-2007 06:34 PM
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