One of these products is an upgrade to a successful Motorola Q e-mail messaging phone, called Moto Q q9.
Motorola Q q9 is a 3.5G HSDPA versionÂ of the original Moto Q CDMA handset. Moto Q q9 slim (11.8 mm) e-mail device with full QWEERTY keyboard which runs on newly released Windows Mobile 6 OS.
A list of key features for MOTO Q q9 includes:
- Quad-Band (GPRS/EDGE) functionality
- QWERTY keyboard and large,
- 320×240 px display
- Video capture and playback at 30fps
- HSDPA technology for fast data transfers, streaming media and web browsing
- Connectivity: EMU, USB 2.0 full speed transfers and data access
- Integrated Class 2 Bluetooth wireless technology (A2DP, AVRCP – stereo) for hands-free connectivity with compatible Bluetooth enabled stereo devices
- Messaging via MMS, SMS, Instant Messaging and Windows Outlook Mobile
- Supports a variety of audio formats including AMR NB, AMR WB, MWA, MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WAV, MIDI
- Video formats supported includeH.263, MPEG4, WMV, H.264 decode
- Up to 2 GB of optional removable storage space with a microSD memory slot
- Integrated 2.0 megapixel camera with digital zoom and LED photo indicator light
- Special productivity features: Opera browser, Attachment Viewer or Editor, Voice Recognition, File Manager, Voice Notes, VPN capability and Anti-Virus protection
Crisp 320×240 pixel resolution display, combined with ergonomic QWERTY keyboard and 3.6 HSDPA network connectivity serves all you communication and messaging needs, while ability of 30fps video capture and playback with 2GB of storage (with microSD card) turns MOTO Q q9 into a great multimedia device.
From the looks of it Motorola Q q9 will be a strong competitor to high end Nokia E90 Communicator and Blackberry 8800.
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