Subscribe to the::unwired's RSS Feedthe::unwired at Twitterthe::unwired on Facebookthe::unwired on Google Plus
the::unwired Article
LINK: gives the Motorola MOTO Q9m a first test
Posted by Arne Hess - on Friday, 22.06.07 - 20:11:13 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 19349x
Tagged under: [] [] [] [] []

While Motorola and Verizon have yet to officially announce the recently surfaced Motorola MOTO Q9m, managed to get their hands on a pre-production unit that is nearly ready for prime time. It is very much like the old Q, just with a better exterior and keyboard, and a new Motorola enhanced Windows Mobile 6 Standard operating system. says it didn't do any hard-core testing on the Q9m yet, but did run it through some basic call tests and battery tests. Call audio quality seems good, but the Q9m's antenna might perform a bit less well than the original's - it's hard to say.

Both the new and old Q devices share the same 1130mAh battery, CPU, miniSD card slot, and RAM and ROM sizes. It should surprise nobody, then, that the Q9m scored nearly the same time in's talk-time test as did the original: 5 hours. Voice Signal's VoiceSuite system provides high-quality speaker independent voice dialing and voice commands on the Q9m. Bluetooth support for a number of profiles, including A2DP stereo, is also available. There is no WiFi support on the Q9m:

Quite interesting looks Motorola's way of Start menu implementation which reminds on Samsung's i600 Home screen carousel but is different anyway:

Head over to to read more from  Michael Oryl first impression and see more high quality photos. The Motorola MOTO Q9m definitely seems to be an interesting device and might be a serious competitor to AT&T's best-selling Smartphone, the Samsung BlackJack.

Cheers ~ Arne

Related Links

Article Source

Related Articles Moto Q9

Social Sharing
This Week's Top Stories
Feeds & More
Awards & More
Recent Discussions

No items available

© Copyright 1998 - 2013 by the::unwired® & Arne Hess
All rights reserved!
the::unwired is a registered trademark of Arne Hess.
All trademarks are owned by their respective companies.
All site video, graphic and text content is copyrighted to the respective party and may not be reproduced without express written consent.