We were kind of skeptical of the Moto ROKR E6 Linux phone at first glance, but after watching the video and seeing what we can do, there may be room for this in our pockets yet. Noah from PhoneDog gives you a walk-through of the ROKR E6's UI, complete with an Apple iPhone skin that he installed himself.
Motorola announced it will ship its ROKR E6 music phone later this month but conspicuously absent from its feature list is iTunes. That'll be replaced by the loathsome RealPlayer. Doing damage control on a phone that was doomed from the start, Motorola is positioning this candy bar as a PDA.
The Motorola ROKR E6, or E690 as the engineers call it, was just approved by the FCC, much to Linux fans' delight. It will follow up older ROKR phones, possibly with iTunes capabilities, and will run Motorola's Linux OS.