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Video Tour: Motorola Q9h

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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.

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.

You can watch the video here:

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Nov 26, 2007, 7:49 PM

when will they get the battery life of these phones up

This phone...fully charged with the extended battery doesn't last longer than a day.


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.
If you don't get more than a day on a full charge....you're on your phone way too much. Or you have a bad battery or something.

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...

Nov 26, 2007, 9:24 PM

come one eric! i expected more than this review from you...

-NO the small dot in the top right of the front of the phone is not an "indicator light"! it is the sensor for your lighting conditions to supply the proper backlight to your occasion.
-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.

the only...
true true. But hey, his other reviews are good.
i always thought that light sensor was just an indicator light but it wasn't working since i didn't have the built in mail program checking my mail. it's happened to me on so many windows mobile phones, i just assume it's true now.

however the sign...
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