Review: Motorola Q9M
The Motorola Q9M is the next evolution of the Moto Q. But did it evolve enough? With video tour.
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Is It Your Type?
For lovers of the original Motorola Q, there are definitely improvements to be excited about with the new Motorola Q9M. It represents a solid step up in hardware from the previous generation Q. Not only is it more visually appealing, it just feels better to use.
But the original Q had many shortcomings. Surely Motorola listen listened to all the feedback and fixed all the Q's faults in the Q9M. Or did it?
Jun 9, 2016
Motorola today announced two new smartphones, the Moto Z Droid and Moto Z Force Droid, both of which adopt a modular design that allows users to enhance them with attachable accessories. The phones are spiritual successors to last year's Turbo 2 and Maxx 2 handsets, but take on new design language in addition to support for the Moto Mods modules.
Dec 4, 2018
Metro by T-Mobile and Alcatel today announced the 1X Evolve, an update to the compact Alcatel 1X from earlier this year. The phone has curved, 2.5D Dragontrail glass on front and a soft suede finish on the rear.
May 9, 2018
Google today introduced Tour Creator, a tool that allows people to create and share their real-world experiences via virtual reality. Google explains that to make a VR tour people can use their own 360-degree photos and supplement them with imagery from Google Street View.
Jun 1, 2017
Motorola today provided details about a handful of new modular attachments for the Moto Z2 Play and other Moto Mod-compatible handsets. The Moto GamePad snaps onto the back of Moto's phones and provides dual control sticks, a d-pad, and four action buttons.
Jul 21, 2016
Verizon Wireless today began accepting preorders for the Motorola Moto Z Droid and Moto Z Force Droid, which will reach stores on July 28. The Moto Z costs $624 ($26 per month) and the Z Force costs $720 ($30 per month).
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Email Impractical with Q9
I set up my email using my Outlook account. Because my business email is very public, I receive over 200 spam emails a day. I have a spam filter on the Outlook account.
Once my email was configured thru the Q auto-sync, I would receive these unwanted spam emails because the emails were pulled from the server, not my inbox. I was told this was the only possible way to do this. My only option was to only allow specific senders thru my VERY LIMITED push preferences. This is not practical either, as I need to get email from people contacting me thru my business website.
But that's not the worst part! There is no option to block attachments on emails coming to the ph...
I get spam in my...
You CAN adjust the sound
I didn't think they were that effective. I tested them on my S9s as well as the external speakers. The sound was worse when used with...
When it comes to the laggy processor, they probably just have some left over from the old RAZR and decided to stick them in there.
😛 We all know Motorola has finally upgraded there processors with the new RAZR2 and W490 phones, so it is definately an interesting choice to keep an older, slower processor for the Q9M.