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Review: Motorola i9 Stature

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The i9 lets you send SMS and MMS messages from the messaging center with ease. You can compose a message and attach pictures from your library or capture a new image/recording during the composition process. I liked that messaging templates were easily accessible via a dedicated link. The included default templates were almost all work related (i.e., can you attend this meeting), but they can be customized by the end user.

You want email? You have to download and install Sprint's email application. It doesn't appear to incur any monthly charges. I was able to configure a Yahoo account easily. Others you can use include AIM, Gmail, Hotmail and AOL Mail. There are also options for "Work" (Outlook Web Access based) and "Other" (any POP or IMAP service).

The app itself seems rather half-assed. It can store only 25 emails at a time, and only 3 of your email contacts, which seems pretty worthless to me.

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IM doesn't appear to be possible. No clients are on board, and it won't work via the browser.

 

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