during last year's 3GSM World Congress, during this years 3GSM World
Congress Motorola finally
announced the long awaited UMTS version of its Motorola Moto Q - the Motorola MOTO Q q9
which was again publicly previewed at this week's CTIA Wireless in Orlando,
Running with Windows Mobile 6 Standard, this sleek and robust device
is packed with power, functionality and offers a cool design that satisfies the
appetite of gadget lovers, business professionals and even fashion conscious
The MOTO Q 9h is more than just a device - it's - according to Motorola - a
statement of power and personality. Its precise and compelling form factor
highlights the devices' visual appeal and feel. Within its lean form lies
quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE as well as UMTS and HSDPA for lightening fast speed and
immediate downloading capabilities WiFi is left, unfortunately. With advanced
imaging functionality, it's sporting a 2 megapixel camera on the back while it a
second camera for video is left, and integrated stereo Bluetooth wireless
technology the MOTO Q 9h is a mobile revolution at your fingertips:
While the Motorola Moto Q q9 isn't released yet, I had the chance to spend some
time with a sample recently. A preview will follow as soon as possible.
In the meantime feel free to post you questions in the comments bellow but one
notice in advance - I hadn't enough time to test the stand-by time (which
wouldn't be fair anyway since it was a prototype).
Arne, as always great looking clear photos. Really appreciate your work. A question: Have you heard of any confirmed ETAs? All I can find is something between Q2 and first half 2007. Well, Q2 starts tomorrow but first half sounds more like June?
Posted by MPF's CSB on 31.03.07 - 13:16:03
great looking phone! was waiting for the cavalier but something makes me thinking it will never be launched? the missing w-lan is a serious con but with a flat hsdpa plan it shouldnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t be a big deal.
Posted by MarcusQ on 31.03.07 - 16:40:34
Also saw and played with it in Orlando. DonÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t like it and will stay with my BlackJack, especially after the Windows Mobile 6 update was announced!
Posted by El_Barto on 01.04.07 - 11:04:26
Arne, say is that a real metal frame around the Motos's casing, or is it just plastic? Cheers, Chris
Posted by Arne Hess on 02.04.07 - 15:36:34
No, it's just "plastic" but on the first sight you don't see it. It's really well done and give the device a pretty good look and feel.