Rumor Mill: iTunes phone reappears after 4-month silence

According to a new string of reports, Motorola CEO Ed Zander showed off a handset running a music program that Wall Street Journal columnist Walter Mossberg described as "iTunes." Zander said that the device in question can synch with iTunes. It seems that after months of silence, Motorola's iTunes phone has reappeared. This particular device supposedly comes with a hard drive, meaning that it could store more songs than many initially though. This so-called iTunes phone is also reported to sport a 1-megapixel camera.

Rumors are now floating that the device will debut in July, though it still remains to be seen which carriers, if any, will support the handset. One other question remains: Will this new phone carry the Apple or iPod brands?

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