The Q - Motorola's Super Thin Smartphone
Jul 25, 2005, 7:01 PM by (staff)
Motorola tonight announced the Q, the smartphone that has long been rumored as the RAZRberry. This super thin, extremely small device only measures ; 4.6 x 2.5 x 0.45 inches despite its 240 x 320 widescreen display and full QWERTY keyboard. The Q will be one of the first Windows Mobile 5.0 devices, and will be running the Smartphone version. Windows Mobile 5.0 for Smartphone features Windows Media Player 10, advanced synchronization with Exchange, photo caller ID and speaker independent voice recognition.
In addition to the QWERTY keyboard, the Q features a D-Pad and all the keys required for Smartphone navigation as well as a thumbwheel to ease one-handed operation. The keyboard has EL backlighting like the RAZR, however it features raised individual keys. The Q also has a 1.3 MP camera and LED flash, Mini SD slot and Bluetooth. It is expected in Q1 of 2006.
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another motorola q review
i used the device every days for the last 2 weeks, and i wrote a review:
http://www.smartphonethoughts.com/forums/viewtopic.p ... »
Where I can get the User Manual?
http://www.motoqwiki.com/index.php?title=Motorola_Q_ ... »
Motorola seeded this wiki with the manual. Looks cool to me anyway.
Expected Release Date?????
Also does anyone know if the phone will have Word, Excel, Powerpoint etc? Has WiFi been confirmed?
Why is no one talking about this phone???
It is almost impossible to find any decent info anywhere on the web about this thing. And unfortunately for me I want this phone more than any other phone I've waited for. F$%$$###!!!
In addition, M...
GSM or CDMA
when? When? When?
Has anyone heard lately about hte launch date fo rthe Motorola Q?
MP3 or Wav recording
Q from Europe will it work here?
i would wait for the phone to be out officially in US market.
Q on eBay is scam
I have been chatting with seller via IM and I don't have a good feeling. Seller's IM is rbk099 - has anyone purchased from him/her???
My opinion on this matter.
Well, that is my take on the situation.
(by the way i own shares of Rimm and motorola)
What should the makers of Blackberry do?
Best I've seen so far.
ANOTHER PIECE OF JUNK
I wonder about the battery life
does anyone know if it will support bluetooth 1.2?
blackbarry nock off