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RELEASE: Motorola's Q Smartphone appears on Microsoft's Windows Mobile site
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 10.05.06 - 16:41:18 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 12891x
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Looks like the release of the Motorola Q is close, really close. Otherwise neither Microsoft would publish more information on its own Windows Mobile website nor Motorola has agreed to this.
So here we go, Microsoft has released some official information over at microsoft.com which reads as following:

As of today, the Motorola Q is the thinnest (soon to be released), full-function Windows Mobile powered device offered by Motorola. Wherever business takes you, your Microsoft Outlook E-Mail, contacts, and calendars are with you and up-to-date. And all the responsiveness you require is tucked stylishly in to your pocket (and no, it's not a Pocket PC but a Smartphone).

The Motorola Q Features:

  • Microsoft Office Outlook Mobile for corporate E-Mail, calendar, contacts, and tasks
  • Integrates with up to six work/personal E-Mail accounts
  • Windows Mobile 5.0 software
  • Full QWERTY keyboard
  • Bluetooth wireless technology
  • Large, vibrant 2.4" (landscape) color screen
  • Superior voice quality, data and multimedia
  • Stereo speakers for great sounding video and MP3 payback
  • Voice activated dialing
  • A 1.3 megapixel camera with photo lighting

And if this wouldn't be enough exciting news for now, Microsoft even published a review of the deice (so it looks even Microsoft is excited about the launch).

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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