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Motorola E790 iTunes phone gets FCC approval

imageMotorola has received FCC approval for its E790 mobile phone, which is expected to be one of the first iTunes-compatible devices from the company. The user manual for the phone, which accompanied the FCC filing, confirms that a mobile version of iTunes will be included with phone.

“You can do much more with our phone than make and receive calls,” reads a portion of the manual. “iTunes is a software application you use to manage the music on your computer and transfer music to your phone. You can use iTunes to purchase and download music for your phone, listen to CDs and digital music, and create playlists of your favorite songs on your phone.”

The candy bar-style Quad-band GSM phone (850/900/1800/1900 MHz), based on the popular Motorola E398 model, will not be one of the “ROKR” phones, according to Mobile Tracker. It features a built-in VGA camera, micro SD card slot, Bluetooth, and a dedicated music control key.

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i think that is the REAL phone,no other phone has been seen like that,and are REAL pictures of the phone who takes the rumour to reality

Posted by LC Angell on August 24, 2005 at 6:35 AM (CDT)

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