Review: Motorola Q
Replying to: Many Issues, not to many resolutions by Jeffola
Re: Stoping wimpering dude...
IT'S A PHONE...calm down. It's not going to hold your hand. The Q has been a great phone so far. I too work for a corporation and this phone works equally as well as any smartphone I've had. Guess what? I still make big dollars with out the precious cut & pastse feature that the princess above is speaking about. Now, is it the best, No. However, does it do pretty much everything every other Smartphone will do? Yea. Plus, a much better multimedia experiance than a Bberry? Yup.
All that said, most importantly, YOU CAN'T EVEN FEEL THIS THING IN YOUR POCKET!!! Thats the beauty if it my friends. I cant stress this enough.
Think of it this way:
If you want email , a calander, an address book, a 1.3 mpx camera with 6x zoom, mp3 player, expandable memory, and access to the web anywhere in the country that actually matters...then you can have this at 4.57 by 2.52 by 0.47 inches. It's thinner and lighter than the razor!!!!
That way when you get off work and sit down at the bar, you dont have to have a boat anchor tearing through your slacks or hanging off your belt. No, you can literally pull this little guy out of your suit jacket, and still have the pretty blonde at next to you actually speak to you. The nerd smartphone is dead.
I'm sure the 'power users' will scoff at my witless banter which is fine. We need desk jocky's in the world. For me however, I will wait until I'm a CEO for a Fortune 500 or a freaking neurosurgeon before I start crying about the lack of WiFi, cut and paste, MS software, not real-time mail, lack of modem dail up and so on.
For most of corporate america whom want a smartphone, you will not a find a device with more form, function, and entertainment veritility than the Q. For now. You better believe Nokia has something up their sleeve to combat Motorola's new beauty.
- Re: Stoping wimpering dude... by CARMAN1992