Review: Motorola Q9M
Most of us knew of the issues when the original Q came out and then when the 2nd software upgrade was introduced, the device became more tollerable. Could this be another repeat of the original?
Unlike baseball with the 3 strike rules, phone sales are a little different. If this phone flops, I beleive this will be the end of Motorola's PDA line, and could even cripple Motorola's name, IMHO. Customers will not keep buying a device that hasn't served a purpose more than a paper weight that pla...
I think that Motorola should invest time into making the durability/frame for an updated 815, with the signal strength of the 815. I mean, if it is an issue with music capabilities, then add v-cast music and be done with it.
Sorry to hear that you have been going through the new q9m's like that. But thank you alot for the feedback.
I'm just waiting to see how it pans out in the moutains of North Carolina where there are a few towers at most in a given area and where some phones hold better service than others.
My girlfriend works in an area that we use a partner tower due to lack of city councils intellegence to let Verizon build. She had the old grey Razr and the new silver. Both wouldn't work at all.
I carried the original Q (Silver and Black) both of which would hold 2 bars in town and would very rarely drop a call or not initiate one. Out in the "sticks" both Q's dropped down to nothing.
My Q's and the other phones I carried not only did the signal out perform her Razr's but the battery life, picture quality, even software beleive it or not surpassed hers.
Hence, why I am not to fond of the Razr's. Now if we wer...
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