Rotom Phone

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Rotom Phone
Smartphone Rotom
Bag Rotom Phone Sprite.png
Rotom Phone
The Rotom Phone in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet
Introduced in Generation IX
Generation IX Bag Key items pocket icon.png Key items

The Rotom Phone (Japanese: スマホロトム Smartphone Rotom) is an electronic device found in Galar in Pokémon Sword and Shield, and in Paldea in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, where it is a Key Item. It is a smartphone that is enhanced after being possessed by a Rotom. It is popular amongst people across multiple Pokémon canons, and can host a multitude of functions and applications, including a Pokédex. The Pokédex application was developed by Jacq.

In the core series games

Pokémon Sword and Shield

The Rotom Phone functions as the menu interface in Pokémon Sword and Shield. From the Rotom Phone, players can access their party, Bag, Town Map, Pokédex, League Card, options, and save their game. They can also set up Camp in most areas once they obtain Camping Gear from their mum. If the player connects to the internet, they can also access Mystery Gift or Victory Station.

The Rotom itself can also power the motor in the Rotom Bike, allowing the player to travel faster, and after an upgrade, over water as well. Unlike the Rotom Pokédex, the Rotom Phone does not speak during the storyline, but does prompt the player where to go next, and alerts them to happenings in the Wild Area, such as weather patterns.

Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

In Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, the player can access their Map, Pokédex, and Profile from the Rotom Phone menu. After obtaining the Rotom Phone, it will come out when opening the main menu. Additionally, should the player fall from a great height, the player will hold onto their Rotom Phone to slow their fall before impacting the ground.


Games Description
SV The latest model of smartphone. A Pokémon called Rotom lives within it, and it can be used to run all sorts of handy apps.


Games Method
SV Cabo Poco (from Mom after exiting the house for the first time)


Main article: List of clothing (Scarlet and Violet) → Rotom Phone

In Sword and Shield, the player can only have the default Rotom Phone, but in Scarlet and Violet, it can be customized with various cases. In The Teal Mask, changing the Rotom Phone case will also change the background patterns in the Rotom Phone menus.

Color cases

Company PhoneCase Default.png Company PhoneCase Yellow.png Company PhoneCase Green.png Company PhoneCase Purple.png Company PhoneCase Pink.png Company PhoneCase Blue.png Company PhoneCase Turquoise.png
Default Case Yellow Case Green Case Purple Case Pink Case Blue Case Turquoise Case
Company PhoneCase Olive.png Company PhoneCase Rose.png Company PhoneCase Brown.png Company PhoneCase Lavender.png Company PhoneCase Cream.png Company PhoneCase Dark Green.png Company PhoneCase Wine Red.png
Olive Case Rose Case Brown Case Lavender Case Cream Case Dark Green Case Wine Red Case
Company PhoneCase Orange.png Company PhoneCase Sky Blue.png Company PhoneCase Navy Blue.png Company PhoneCase Cocoa Brown.png Company PhoneCase Dark Brown.png Company PhoneCase White.png Company PhoneCase Black.png
Orange Case Sky Blue Case Navy Blue Case Cocoa Brown Case Dark Brown Case White Case Black Case

Pokémon cases

Company PhoneCase Pikachu.png Company PhoneCase Eevee.png Company PhoneCase Sprigatito.png Company PhoneCase Fuecoco.png Company PhoneCase Quaxly.png
Pikachu Case Eevee Case Sprigatito Case Fuecoco Case Quaxly Case
Company PhoneCase Komala Log.png Company PhoneCase Flabébé Flower.png Company PhoneCase Magnemite Magnet.png Company PhoneCase Gothita Ribbon.png Company PhoneCase Swablu Sky.png
Komala Log Case Flabébé Flower Case Magnemite Magnet Case Gothita Ribbon Case Swablu Sky Case
Company PhoneCase Combee Honey.png Company PhoneCase Applin Apple.png Company PhoneCase Okidogi.png Company PhoneCase Munkidori.png Company PhoneCase Fezandipiti.png
Combee Honey Case Applin Apple Case Okidogi Case Munkidori Case Fezandipiti Case

Type cases

Company PhoneCase Grass.png Company PhoneCase Water.png Company PhoneCase Fire.png Company PhoneCase Electric.png Company PhoneCase Normal.png Company PhoneCase Flying.png
Grass Case Water Case Fire Case Electric Case Normal Case Flying Case
Company PhoneCase Bug.png Company PhoneCase Fighting.png Company PhoneCase Psychic.png Company PhoneCase Ghost.png Company PhoneCase Ground.png Company PhoneCase Rock.png
Bug Case Fighting Case Psychic Case Ghost Case Ground Case Rock Case
Company PhoneCase Ice.png Company PhoneCase Dark.png Company PhoneCase Fairy.png Company PhoneCase Poison.png Company PhoneCase Steel.png Company PhoneCase Dragon.png
Ice Case Dark Case Fairy Case Poison Case Steel Case Dragon Case

Tera Type cases

Company PhoneCase Tera Fire.png Company PhoneCase Tera Water.png Company PhoneCase Tera Grass.png
Tera Fire Case Tera Water Case Tera Grass Case

Poké Ball cases

Company PhoneCase Poké Ball Purple.png Company PhoneCase Poké Ball Blue.png Company PhoneCase Poké Ball Green.png Company PhoneCase Poké Ball Yellow.png Company PhoneCase Poké Ball Red.png
Purple Poké Ball Case Blue Poké Ball Case Green Poké Ball Case Yellow Poké Ball Case Red Poké Ball Case

Special cases

Company PhoneCase Arc Phone.png Company PhoneCase Ball Guy.png Company PhoneCase Pokétch.png Company PhoneCase Pika-Vee.png
Arc Phone Case Ball Guy Case Pokétch Case Pika-Vee Case
Company PhoneCase Glitterati.png Company PhoneCase Sandwich Tomato.png Company PhoneCase Sandwich Bacon.png Company PhoneCase Sandwich Fruit.png
Glitterati Case Sandwich Case (Tomato) Sandwich Case (Bacon) Sandwich Case (Fruit)
Company PhoneCase Surrendering Sunflora.png Company PhoneCase Iono Zone.png Company PhoneCase Blueberry White.png Company PhoneCase Blueberry Black.png
Surrendering Sunflora Case Iono Zone Case Blueberry Case (White) Blueberry Case (Black)
Company PhoneCase Team Star.png Company PhoneCase Neo-Kitakami.png Company PhoneCase Scarlet.png Company PhoneCase Violet.png
Team Star Case Neo-Kitakami Case Scarlet Case Violet Case


Camera Effects

Different Camera Effects for the Rotom Phone can be obtained by contributing BP at the League Club PC in Blueberry Academy.

SV Rotom Phone Camera Effect Pokédex.png SV Rotom Phone Camera Effect Focus Lines.png SV Rotom Phone Camera Effect Terastallized.png SV Rotom Phone Camera Effect Keepsake.png
Pokédex Focus Lines Terastallized Keepsake
SV Rotom Phone Camera Effect Dreamy.png SV Rotom Phone Camera Effect Fireworks.png SV Rotom Phone Camera Effect Pikachu Party.png SV Rotom Phone Camera Effect Heaps of Hearts.png
Dreamy Fireworks Pikachu Party Heaps of Hearts
SV Rotom Phone Camera Effect Buzzy Buzz.png SV Rotom Phone Camera Effect Draco Meteor.png SV Rotom Phone Camera Effect Sizzly Slide.png SV Rotom Phone Camera Effect Iono Zone.png
Buzzy Buzz Draco Meteor Sizzly Slide Iono Zone


479Rotom-Phone.png 479Rotom-Phone 2.png
Artwork from Sword and Shield Artwork from Sword and Shield
Rotom Phone SwSh concept art.jpg Rotom Phone SwSh concept sketch.jpg
Settei from Sword and Shield Concept art from Sword snd Shield by
Ken Sugimori[1]

Merchandise Artwork

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In Pokémon Relaxing Time by


As of the 2.0.0 update, when using the Rotom Phone to take a picture in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, the player is able to listen to background music.

Games Location Song name Composition Arrangement
 S  V  Music Track #1 Pokégear Radio: Pokémon March
(Pokémon HeartGold & SoulSilver)
Junichi Masuda
Shota Kageyama
Music Track #2 Battle! (Wild Pokémon—Johto Version)
(Pokémon HeartGold & SoulSilver)
Junichi Masuda
Go Ichinose
Music Track #3 Pokégear Radio: Pokémon Lullaby
(Pokémon HeartGold & SoulSilver)
Junichi Masuda
Shota Kageyama
Song names marked with an asterisk are unofficial, as they have not received a soundtrack release.

In the anime

Main series

Pokémon Journeys: The Series

A Rotom Phone in the anime

Ash received a smartphone from Professor Cerise in Ivysaur's Mysterious Tower!. Along with Goh's own smartphone, it was possessed by two of Cerise's Rotom, who turned each into a Rotom Phone. Unlike previous Pokédexes in the anime, the Rotom Phones can provide information about locations and landmarks, and vital information such as height. They have also been shown to have a numbered Pokémon list and are the first known anime Pokédexes to register and list caught Pokémon. Like in the games, Ash and Goh's Rotom Phones rarely speak on their own, but in That New Old Gang of Mine!, Ash's Rotom Phone was shown to think itself as superior to the Rotom Pokédex for its multitude of functions. If a Trainer is registered for the World Coronation Series, they can identify and challenge other participating Trainers with their Rotom Phones.

In Flash of the Titans!, Team Rocket was revealed to have obtained their own Rotom Phone from Giovanni. Unlike Ash and Goh's Rotom Phones, this smartphone is black, and has a distinctively sassy and oblivious personality, which sometimes affects the Pokédex entries it gives.

A blue Rotom Phone with a Pokédex installed appeared in Raid Battle in The Ruins!, under the ownership of Shane Seeker.

A yellow Rotom Phone appeared in Destination: Coronation!, under the ownership of Visquez. This episode revealed that the Rotom Phone helps participants in the World Coronation Series meet each other and arrange for official battles.

A Rotom Phone appeared in Dreams Are Made of These!, under the ownership of Oliver.

A Rotom Phone appeared in Trade, Borrow, and Steal!, under the ownership of Kricketina Kylie.

A pink Rotom Phone appeared in Solitary and Menacing!, under the ownership of Bea.

Another pink Rotom Phone appeared in Sword and Shield: "From Here to Eternatus!", under the ownership of Sonia.

A white Rotom Phone appeared in Sword and Shield... The Legends Awaken!, under the ownership of Professor Magnolia.

In To Train, or Not to Train!, Chloe received a pink Rotom Phone with a Pokédex installed from Professor Cerise.

A green Rotom Phone appeared in Beyond Chivalry… Aiming to be a Leek Master!, under the ownership of Rinto.

In Advice to Goh!, Gary was revealed to have obtained a Rotom Phone.

In Leaping Toward the Dream!, Quillon was revealed to own a dark red Rotom Phone.

In Trial on a Golden Scale!, Danika was revealed to own a blue Rotom Phone.

In The Sweet Taste of Battle!, Raihan was revealed to own a dark red Rotom Phone.

In Showdown at the Gates of Warp!, Alternate World Ash was shown to possess a Rotom Phone.

In Battling Turned Up to Eleven!, Allister was revealed to possess a dark green Rotom Phone.

In Battling in the Freezing Raid!, Horace was revealed to own a Rotom Phone.

In Chasing to the Finish!, Lyla and Sterling were shown to own a Rotom Phone each.

In Curtain Up! Fight the Fights!, Iris was revealed to have obtained a Rotom Phone.

In The Fiery Road to Mastership!, Volkner was revealed to own a Rotom Phone.

Pokémon Horizons: The Series

In The Pendant That Starts It All (Part One), Liko, Ann, multiple other Indigo Academy students, the Rising Volt Tacklers, and the Explorers were shown to possess Rotom Phones. Unlike the ones seen throughout Pokémon Journeys: The Series, these Rotom Phones are able to stretch into their (Japanese: パッドフォルム Pad Forme), allowing them to be used as tablets. In The Treasure After the Storm!, Roy was shown to own a Rotom Phone.

In The Future I Choose, Alex was shown to own a Rotom Phone.

In Someone We Can't See! Whosawhatsit?, Iono was shown to own a Rotom Phone with a Magnemite Magnet Case.

In The Stolen Treasure, Tepen was shown using a Rotom Phone.

In HZ047, Katy was shown owning a white Rotom Phone.

In HZ048, Brassius was shown using a dark green Rotom Phone.

In HZ049, Iono was shown to own several other Rotom Phones.


Pokémon Journeys: The Series
Pokémon Horizons: The Series


Ash JN.png Goh JN.png JN003 illustration.png
Official artwork from
Pokémon Journeys: The Series
Official artwork from
Pokémon Journeys: The Series
Official artwork of
Ivysaur's Mysterious Tower!
JN009 illustration.png Pocket Monsters 2019 key visual.png Liko anime.png
Official artwork of
Finding a Legend!
Key visual from
Pokémon Journeys: The Series
Official artwork from
Pokémon Horizons: The Series

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 堀内賢雄 Kenyu Horiuchi (Ash's Rotom Phone)
マリナ・アイコルツ Marina Aicholtz (Goh's Rotom Phone)
浪川大輔 Daisuke Namikawa (Chloe's Rotom Phone)
山下大輝 Daiki Yamashita (Pokémon Horizons: The Series)
English Billy Kametz (JN003-JN076) / Barrett Leddy (JN100-JN145) (Ash's Rotom Phone)
Erica Schroeder (Goh's Rotom Phone)
Lisa Ortiz (Team Rocket's Rotom Phone)
Cedric Williams (Visquez's Rotom Phone)
Luis Alfonso (Kricketina Kylie's Rotom Phone)
Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld (Bea's Rotom Phone)
Tara Jayne Sands (Chloe's Rotom Phone)
Zeno Robinson (Pokémon Horizons: The Series)
Arabic إبراهيم ماضي Ibrahim Madi (Ash's Rotom Phone)
رالين داغر Raleen Dagher (Goh's Rotom Phone)
ليلى شماس Leila Shammas (Chloe's Rotom Phone)
فادي الرفاعي Fadi Rifai (Rotom Phone)
Mandarin Chinese 孟慶府 Mèng Qìngfǔ (Ash's Rotom Phone)
徐瑀甄 Xú Yǔzhēn (Team Rocket's Rotom Phone)
Finnish Peter Pihlström (Ash's Rotom Phone)
Susa Saukko (Goh's Rotom Phone)
Jon-Jon Geitel (Chloe's Rotom Phone)
Indonesian Turie Sandos (Ash's Rotom Phone)
Lis Kurniasih (Goh's Rotom Phone)
Italian Davide Fumagalli (Ash's Rotom Phone)
Federica Simonelli (Goh's Rotom Phone)
Jacopo Calatroni (Chloe's Rotom Phone)
Unknown (JN003-JN028) / Stefano Pozzi (JN058-JN106) (Team Rocket's Rotom Phone)
Norwegian Helene Wibrand (Goh's Rotom Phone
Kasper Døplads Antonsen (Chloe's Rotom Phone)
Polish Przemysław Wyszyński (Ash's Rotom Phone)
Martyna Kowalik (Goh's Rotom Phone)
Marta Dylewska (Team Rocket's Rotom Phone)
Damian Kulec (Visquez's Rotom Phone)
Karol Jankiewicz (Kricketina Kylie's Rotom Phone)
Justyna Bojczuk (Bea's Rotom Phone)
Jadwiga Krajewska (S24) / Jadwiga Gryn (S25) (Chloe's Rotom Phone)
Kamil Pruban (Gary's Rotom Phone)
Portuguese Brazil Raphael Rossatto (Ash's Rotom Phone)
Teline Carvalho (Goh's Rotom Phone)
Jéssica Marina (Team Rocket's Rotom Phone)
Jeane Marie (Bea's Rotom Phone)
Marcus Jardym (Chloe's Rotom Phone)
Jessie Terra (Roy's Rotom Phone)
Portugal Emanuel Oliveira (Ash's Rotom Phone)
Raquel Rosmaninho (Goh's Rotom Phone)
Márcia Pacheco (Team Rocket's Rotom Phone)
Teresa Arcanjo (Chloe's Rotom Phone)
Spanish Latin America Alan Fernando Vásquez (Ash's and Chloe's Rotom Phones)
Gabriela Ortíz (Goh's Rotom Phone)
Karla Vega and Amanda Hinojosa (Team Rocket's Rotom Phone, S23 and S24 onwards respectively)
Beto Castillo (Visquez's Rotom Phone)
Spain Luis Miguel Cajal (Ash's Rotom Phone)
Carmen Podio (Goh's Rotom Phone)
Juan Enrique Palacios Fernández (Chloe's Rotom Phone)
Elena Palacios (Team Rocket's Rotom Phone)

Pokémon: Twilight Wings

A Rotom Phone appeared in Sky, under the ownership of Raihan. It reappeared in The Gathering of Stars.

A Rotom Phone appeared in The Gathering of Stars, under the ownership of Peony.


Pokémon: Paldean Winds

Rotom Phones appeared in Breathe Out, under the ownership of Ohara and Hohma. Ohara's is shown to have a Cream Case, while Hohma is shown to use the Default Case.


In the manga

Rotom Phones in Pokémon Adventures

Pokémon Adventures

Sword & Shield arc

A Rotom Phone debuted in Crackle!! Practice Battle, under the ownership of Chairman Rose.

Two Rotom Phones appeared in Chomp!! Defeat Drednaw, under the ownership of Henry and Casey, respectively. Professor Magnolia had just installed the Pokédex function into these specific smartphones, making Henry and Casey Pokédex holders.

A Rotom Phone appeared in Shocking!! Reunion in the Forest, under the ownership of Melony.

A Rotom Phone appeared in Grrr!! Noble Kidnappers, under the ownership of Sonia.

A Rotom Phone appeared in Rumble!! The Horrific Darkest Day, under the ownership of Opal.

A Rotom Phone belonging to Kabu appeared in Cracked!! The Rusted Sword and Shield.

A Rotom Phone was used by Hop in PASS30.

A Rotom Phone belonging to Klara appeared in PASS31.

Scarlet & Violet arc

A Rotom Phone belonging to Violet, named Rotojī, first appeared in PASV01.

A Rotom Phone belonging to Scarlet first appeared in PASV06.

A Rotom Phone with a Flabébé Flower Case was shown under the ownership of Arven.

A Rotom Phone with a Black Case was shown under the ownership of Nemona.

Two Rotom Phones communicating with each other in Pokémon Journeys: The Series

Pokémon Journeys: The Series

In Destination: Coronation!, Ash and Visquez used their Rotom Phones to organize an official World Coronation Series battle.

In Solitary and Menacing!, Ash and Bea's Rotom Phones communicated with each other so that Ash and Bea could have a World Coronation Series battle.

In Beyond Chivalry… Aiming to Be a Leek Master!, Rinto's Rotom Phone was seen receiving a challenge from Ash to a World Coronation Series battle.

In the TCG

This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Rotom Phone in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Rotom Phone
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a green background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Rarity # Japanese
Rarity #
Rotom Bike I Sword & Shield Uncommon 181/202 Sword U 055/060
Champion's Path Uncommon 063/073      
      Shiny Star V   167/190
Rotom Phone I Champion's Path Uncommon 064/073 Charizard VMAX Starter Set   011/021
      Grimmsnarl VMAX Starter Set   011/020


  • Hop's Rotom Phone is blue, Sonia's is pink, and Raihan's is magenta, similar to the color of a Shiny Rotom.
  • The Pokédex function in the anime seems to be similar to the Pokédex function on the Pokémon HOME mobile app version. Both feature Pokédexes that register Pokémon after being caught and are on a phone. The layouts of the Pokédex and Pokémon selection screen in the anime and HOME look similar.
    • Another similarity is they can both look up moves in the Pokédex in the anime and HOME.
  • The way Pokémon are registered to the Rotom Phone in the anime is similar to how Pokémon are registered to the player's Pokédex in Pokémon GO.
  • One of the icons on the Rotom Phone in the anime resembles the icon for Pokémon GO.
  • In JN126, it is revealed that the passcode to Goh's Rotom Phone is 5555, which can be read in Japanese as a play on his name, with the number five being read as "go".
  • Nemona's father is on the board of the Rotom Phone company.
  • Unlike in the previous series, all the Rotom Phones in Pokémon Horizons: The Series have the same voice actor, Daiki Yamashita.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 手機洛托姆 Sáugēi Loktokmóuh
Mandarin 手機洛托姆 / 手机洛托姆 Shǒujī Luòtuōmǔ
Finland Flag.png Finnish Rotom-puhelin
France Flag.png French Motismart
Germany Flag.png German Smart-Rotom
Italy Flag.png Italian Smart Rotom
South Korea Flag.png Korean 스마트로토무 Smart Rotomu
Poland Flag.png Polish Rotomfon
Brazil Flag.png Brazilian Portuguese Rotom Fone
Russia Flag.png Russian Ротом-Телефон Rotom-Telefon
Spain Flag.png Spanish SmartRotom
Turkey Flag.png Turkish Rotom Telefonu

See also


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Anime characters
Protagonists Ash Ketchum (Pikachu) • Misty (Togetic) • BrockTracey SketchitMayMaxDawn (Piplup) • Iris (Haxorus) • CilanSerenaClemontBonnie (Dedenne) • LanaKiaweLillieSophoclesMallowRotom PokédexGoh (Grookey)
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Relatives Delia KetchumDaisyVioletLilyJames's parentsFlintLolaForrestBrock's siblingsNormanCarolineJohannaChiliCressGraceMeyerLana's fatherLana's motherHarper and SarahRangoSimaMimoKiawe's grandfatherMohnLusamineGladionSophocles's parentsMolayneAbeMallow's motherUluWalkerCamilleHalta
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See also: Pokémon Horizons characters

Pokémon Horizons characters
Protagonists Liko (FloragatoHatenna) • Roy (Fuecoco)
Rising Volt Tacklers Friede (Captain Pikachu) • MollieOrlaLudlowMurdockDot (QuaxlyTinkatink)
Explorers AmethioOniaZircHamberSpinelCoralSidianChalceGibeon
Relatives AlexLuccaDianaRoy's grandfatherBlanca
Supporting cast Nurse JoyRotom PhonesAnnLiko's homeroom teacherLucius (TerapagosRayquazaSix Heroes) • NemonaClavellGeetaDendraJacqPennyGym LeadersElite FourMany temporary characters
See also: Original anime characters

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