The E1000 is Motorola's top (non-Symbian) 3G phone:

Bluetooth Services as reported by Mac OS X:

Voice Gateway, Hands-Free voice gateway, OBEX Object Push, OBEX File Transfer, Dial-up networking Gateway


  • Big, readable screen and fonts.
  • Reasonable videoconferencing quality, with (very) loud speakerphone mode
  • You can disable the (awfully loud) camera snapshot noises
  • You can also forget about the awful Bluetooth UI and simply browse the device from the Mac
  • Works as a Bluetooth modem under Mac OS X with relatively little hassle (but the battery life and performance leave much to be desired - I have yet to have it work for more than one hour).


  • Atrocious SX1-like key layout, which is a pain to use (and a major hassle if you forget to lock the keypad)
  • No SyncML support (at least none I could find, it may be different across carriers, since the E1000 is their new "tunable features" platform)
  • Has absolutely the worst user interface of any 3G phone. Ever. For instance, Bluetooth options are buried in hard-to-reach and utterly inconsistent menus (you "share" contacts and "move" photos to other devices)
  • The messaging features are anything but intuitive (especially the e-mail client)

WAP Headers:

HTTP_USER_AGENT MOT-E1000/80.3E.2AI MIB/2.2.1 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1
HTTP_ACCEPT_CHARSET utf-8,ISO-8859-1,*;q=0.001