...at least on my calendar. This phone has been in the wings too long to remain relevent for the price it will undoubtedly be introduced at. The Tilt and Blackberry are now on my next purchase radar in place of the Qh. As they say, day late, dollar short.
so engadgetmobile.com reported today that the Q9 and a the RAZR 2 v9 both coming out 8/24 on at&t. I guess it is coming out sooner than i thought, still i guess i won't be seeing it on tmo for a while...least till they get around to putting up 3g 😕
I just talked to a rep at Sprint. They haven't heard anything about when they are going to carry it. Since ATT and Cingular are carrying it first it may be about 3 months to 6 months longer for everyone else to get it. I am so excited for it, quad band, WM6. Thinking about getting the Q and then getting the Q9 later. The specs also said the Q was AGPS enabled, so it does or does not have GPS capabilities? Any help would be much appreciated. I have read all the reviews and gotten a good idea about the phone. Any other help would be much appreciated.
Hasn't anyone learned anything about motorola smartphones?
Forgotten about the MPX220 that was released and dicontinued 3 times? Or the recent Q that has no key guard? Hopefully this one is better running windows mobile 6. I'm not going to hold my breath for it. Lets face it Motorola hasn't exactly been reliable with their software on their handsets for the last few years. In fact if HTC ever releases a version of the dash for us here at cingular this phone will not stand a chance. I do have to hand it to MOTO this phone does look nice. Motorola has never had a problem with that department. I would still be leary about purchasing it. This is only Motorolas 2nd 3G device for cingular, and it is a realetively new technology for them not having too many 3G GSM devices even globally. The v3... (continues)
The moment I picked up the Q when it came out, I was not a fan of it. It felt cheap and the form factor and button layout felt awkward. The Blackjack was a much more impressive device and I ended up buying one instead. While a fan, the Blacjack has plenty of issues and I've read posts from many scorned users. This new Q looks great so far and I'm encouraged that Moto took the device seriously enough to revamp it completely and make it for U.S. GSM networks which is a huge bonus. If the specs are reliable, the new Q will clean up in the Smartphone department especially with the battery life which was the Achilles heel for the Blackjack. If the new Q comes to the new AT&T, I might make this my new phone.