Rumors about Motorola Q11 first appeared at the beginning of September, but at that time there were no images with the smartphone. Now the images issue is no longer an issue, as Moto Q11 has appeared in several spy shots, presenting itself as a really good-lookin’ smartphone.
The Q11 takes the design of the Q9 series (including the full QWERTY keypad) and refreshes it here and there, the result being a device that might be seen as a competitor for RIM’s BlackBerry Bold. And the specs of Moto Q11 actually allow it to take on the Bold.
According to Mobility Today, where the Q11 pics have first appeared, the smartphone comes with:
Windows Mobile 6.1
Wi-Fi (unlike Motorola’s old Qs)
3 Megapixel camera with flash
Unfortunately, the display of Motorola Q11 seems to be the same as on the Q9 series, hence a 320 x 240 pixels one.
Anyway, Windows Mobile die-hard fans will probably be happy when this baby comes out. Of course, no one knows when this will happen, but if Moto manages to launch the Q11 by the year’s end, the smartphone can surely get a substantial amount of attention.
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