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Moto Q9h Video Preview

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May 31, 2007, 4:01 PM   by Eric Lin

This tour shows off the improvements Moto has made in its latest smartphone, the Q9.

We were able to get our hands on a pre-production version of Motorola's upcoming Windows Mobile smartphone, the Q9. In this video we explore what sets the Q9 apart from its predecessor as well as other smartphones - as well as a few things they have in common. You can watch it here:

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May 31, 2007, 7:44 PM

T-Mobile bound?

Eric mentioned in the video that T-Mobile will, be getting this phone. This phone as in 3G enabled, or just plain EDGE?
When the Q9h was announced, Moto revealed that they were working on 3 different versions for various 3G bands:

WCDMA 2100 (for Europe)
WCDMA 850/1900 (for AT&T)
WCDMA 1700 (for T-Mobile) this should be one of the first devices for T-Mobi...

Jun 1, 2007, 12:31 AM

Did anybody notice the

In the review when he was typing phonescoop in internet explorer lol, just saying. Very Happy
Thats a DEVO song!!!!! Very Happy
Who cares? Eric is pretty hot anyway! ... Very Happy
Crunchy Frog

May 31, 2007, 9:45 PM

Release date?

This phone looks great. If the battery life is solid, it'll give the Blackjack a real run for its money.
Anyone hear about a tentative release date for this Q yet?
Go to 1144

This is the phone scoop description on the Q9h.
Very Happy So i work at a call center for Cingular Wireless LLC "Now The New ATT" and we had a fair where phone manufacturers go and show their products.. well motorola was there and they didn't have this phone on display.. so i asked the girl if she had it ...
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