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LEAK: An unknown new Motorola Q9 features WiFi and shows Windows Mobile 6.1
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 03.12.07 - 23:00:15 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 17314x
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Not only that the Boy Genius Report just received a brand new, not yet known WiFi enabled Motorola MOTO Q9h Windows Mobile Standard smartphone, no as it turned out on the second sight, it's also preloaded with a Windows Mobile version the Boy Genius Report calls "Windows Mobile 6.1". And, according to the Boy Genius Report, this Windows Mobile 6.1 sports some new features including Copy/Paste, new Home screen (pan left and right to check out missed calls, notifications like E-Mail, SMS, etc.), Most Recently Used (MRU) Programs when pressing Start menu, Threaded SMS and more which is backed-up with a couple of screenshots.

While I cannot comment the screenshots yet (nor have I seen the smartphone so far), the photos and screenshots of Motorola's new MOTO 9h are definitely worth to check.

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by Mike on 04.12.07 - 01:47:05

Thank you for informing me about this interesting article you had absolutely nothing to do with (maybe you should scratch the first part of the last sentence to be 100% save smile

Posted by Fuller on 04.12.07 - 15:12:35

Mike, what’s your problem? We know that Arne cannot say anything, read his Mobius posting: … 007-update

At least he linked to BGR unlike many other sites did yesterday. always tries hard to keep us updated and as soon as Arne can, he gives us the full news, not just copied rumors you get on many other sites!

Keep up the good work Arne!

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