ROK Rokit Io Pro 3D

ROK Rokit Io Pro 3D

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It comes in a large 18x12x4cm hard sided zip up case rather like a suitcase. Inside are a case for the back of the phone, a nice long USB to micro USB for charging, a wrist strap, and the all important tool to open the SIM slot and a small 13x7cm eight...

By GadgetSpeak on

Playing around with glasses-free 3D one more is fun for a while, but it doesn't make this phone worth a...

By Trusted Reviews on

While Rokit would no doubt disagree, the 3D element of this phone is kind of the least interesting part about it. 3D feels kind of over at this stage, and even though Rokit is investing in content, we feel like the audience has already spoken when it...

By Stuff on

Want a smartphone that won't break the bank and still keep the kids entertained? The Rokit IO PRO 3D is ideal at less than £250. It can show 3D films and video clips without the need for glasses via the Rokflix app. There are currently around 60 3D TV...

By on

Rokit's first attempt at a smartphone has resulted in a perfectly serviceable device that sits just below the mid-range. The 3D content we've seen so far is also quite impressive. It's a big shame then that the 3D display compromises the device for...

By Pocket-lint on

The Rokit IO Pro 3D is an odd phone. It boasts glasses-free 3D in a handset that retails for around a quarter of an iPhone XS, with middling specs, ordinary plastic design and old tech like microUSB. But it launches in the US with the promise of...

By on

The two devices, which will be available to preorder in the UK from 21 March, were first announced at the beginning of February, but all we knew were that they would both have glasses-free 3D displays and would cost £140 for the IO 3D and £250 for the...

By Expert Reviews on