( Mobile ) - Like so many other cell phone manufacturers, Motorola separates its lineup into a number of series, each of which caters to a certain segment of the market. For example, Sony Ericsson has Walkman phones for music junkies and Cyber-shot phones for shutterbugs, but realistically, the two lines can do much the same thing; it's all just clever packaging and marketing. Following in the same line of thought, the ROKR line from Motorola is supposed to focus on music.
When the Motorola ROKR E1 first emerged on the market, some folks thought it was a valiant effort, but the candybar was ultimately pretty boring and left much to be desired. Fast-forward to today and we've got the much more attractive Motorola ROKR E8, a music phone that boasts a mighty morphing keypad that adjusts to suit your current needs. Easily the most notable feature on this SLVR-like handset is the touch-sensitive keypad, because it doesn't really have any conventional buttons.