3GSM 2007: Motorola adds to Q range with q9 and gsm smartphones

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Motorola has added two new models to its Q range of smartphones – the q9 and gsm handsets, for HSDPA and GSM networks respectively.

The Q q9 operates on the new Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 platform, along with Motorola’s Good Mobile Messaging technology, promising “easy and intuitive” personal and corporate email, calendar access and content management wherever you are. It’s slim at just 11.8mm thick and features a 2 megapixel camera with digital zoom, video capture and playback at 30fps, music player, USB and Bluetooth connectivity, up to 2GB of storage via microSD card and of course, HSDPA connectivity for fast data transfers, streaming media and web browsing.

The MOTO Q gsm is a quad-band GPRS/EDGE device, again using Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 and featuring a soft-touch metal casing, electro-luminescent keys, full colour screen, ergonomically optimised QWERTY keyboard and a side thumb wheel. There’s also a 1.3 megapixel camera, video clip capture and playback, music player, Bluetooth and USB connectivity, dual stereo speakers and mini-SD removable memory card slot.

Both MOTO Q q9 and MOTO Q gsm are also fully customisable, with over 300 applications available. The MOTO Q q9 will be available in Q2 2007, with the MOTO Q gsm available in the second half of 2007.

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