Video Tour: Motorola Q9h
Nov 26, 2007, 4:56 PM by Eric Lin
The Motorola Q makes its GSM debut on AT&T with the Q9h. It matches the CDMA model in both styling and features with 3G and GPS.
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The Q9h runs the latest version of Windows Mobile Smartphone, which we've covered a number of times. However it does have some unique features like the Opera browser and built-in GPS capabilities, which you can see here in addition to our usual tour of the phone.
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when will they get the battery life of these phones up
I don't agree with the diagnosis that you will hit the application keys next to the space bar. I have had the phone 3 weeks and never done that.
thanks for the video, gps is a bit weak and i lose signal when driving.
I can go a day and a half to 2 days without a charge. That's with a lot of texting, checking email, web surfing, and a...
come one eric! i expected more than this review from you...
-NO the standard battery does not last 2 days for ANYone that texts more than 10 times a day or actually talks on their phone.
-YES the device WITH extended battery installed fits in any pocket with ease (unless you wear girl-pants)
-NO the signal strength is not poor, in fact it i have yet to drop a call on roadtrips or while inside of any structure.
maybe we should have a review from an un-biased source, because you also forgot to mention how the CDMA version of this phone has 1/4 the memory and no extended battery included with purchase.
however the sign...