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Motorola announces the ROKR Z6 with support for Napster

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If you are looking for a nice phone with good music support than this may be just what you are looking for. Motorola announced the ROKR Z6 along with the S9 headset. The ROKR Z6 will work with Windows Media Player 11 and has an integrated music player that supports many audio types to include WMA, MP3, AAC, AAC+, AAC+ Enhanced as well as others. Along with this music support they will also have a special agreement with Napster, giving users on the go access to millions of tracks.

“The new ROKR music handsets are a true convergence of the MP3 player and mobile phone,” said Chris White, senior director, Mobile Devices Multimedia Entertainment, Motorola.

A nice slider style design with music controls on the outside that opens up to a full numeric keypad on the inside. One touch access to your music with an automatic pause when a call come in. Support for playlists, album art, search by genre, artist and Windows Media Player right out of the box will make it easy to manage your growing music collection. The ROKR Z6 features high speed USB 2.0 making your sync quick and painless with the ability to transfer approximately 500 songs in 15 minutes. 64 MB on board memory with support for up to 2 GB additional via a micro SD card.

Of course with all the music support the ROKR Z6 also has messaging support for IM, SMS, MMS and email via POP3, a 2 megapixel camera for picture and video capture and playback. Battery life should not be an issue with 180-420 minutes of talk time with an Airplane mode that will give you up to 10 hours of music playback. The ROKR Z6 also has stereo bluetooth that will make a nice connection with the new Motorola S9 headset. A lightweight behind the head style headphone that will let you both enjoy your tunes and take that important call all without getting you tangled up in wires.

The ROKR Z6 will be available for purchase in the US beginning in June.

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