Motorola Q gsm e-mail phone for 2.5G GSM networks

In addition to MOTO Q q9, Motorola has released another, lower end Q handset for GSM networks – MOTO Q gsm.

Motorola Q gsm is a port of original MOTO Q CDMA phone to work on GSM networks.

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Key features of Motorola Q include:

  • Quad-band GPRS and EDGE capabilities for worldwide connectivity
  • Microsoft Windows Mobile® 6
  • Third party push email solutions (such as Motorola Goodâ„¢ Mobile Messaging, ActiveSync, Seven, Intellisync, etc) that enable a broad set of corporate email capabilities
  • Multiple personal email accounts (Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo!, etc.) and instant messaging clients, including Yahoo!, ICQ, AIM and MSN Messenger
  • Thin QWERTY device at 11.5mm thick
  • Full QWERTY keypad, 5-way navigation and thumb wheel
  • Document viewer/editor
  • Video clip capture and playback
  • Connectivity via Bluetooth® and mini-USB accessories
  • Dual, stereo-quality speakers
  • Audio formats supported: MP3, AAC, WAV, WMA
  • Image formats supported: GIF87a, GIF89a, JPEG, WBMP, BMP, PNG
  • Video formats supported: H.263, MPEG-4, WMV
  • Data transfer with USB 1.1
  • MiniSD removable memory card slot
  • Large, high-resolution display (320 x 240 pixels, 65K TFT)
  • 1.3 mega pixel camera
  • PIM functionality with Picture Caller ID

Motorola Q gsm will compete with Nokia E61i, Samsung Black Jack and older Blackberries for a top spot among GSM e-mail phones

Author: Stasys Bielinis

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  • Tito

    God-awful signal and a confusing contacts list makes this EASILY the WROST so called “smart-phone” I've ever had. Sorry, I take it back. HP also makes dreadful stuff. Avoid this phone at ALL COSTS!!! (thank god this is only a company phone. No wonder they bought this ass-cheap model!)

  • Tito

    God-awful signal and a confusing contacts list makes this EASILY the WROST so called “smart-phone” I've ever had. Sorry, I take it back. HP also makes dreadful stuff. Avoid this phone at ALL COSTS!!! (thank god this is only a company phone. No wonder they bought this ass-cheap model!)