Motorola has always an array of world class mobile phones to boast upon. Now with the launch of the Q series phones the world class mobile phone company has added a new series to its product line which of course stand ahead for the product quality and futuristic facilities blended with it. The new members in the Q series are the Moto Q 8, which is the GSM version of the original CDMA-based Moto Q; and the Moto Q 9h, the quad-band 3G Qwerty. The Q is definitely more portable than a Black Berry, and certainly more versatile than one. With a camera and the ability to load a wide variety of applications, it is clearly not just for corporate users but for the common public who has a passion for mobiles and technology.
The most liked feature of Q is the thin body and weightless design. For sure the Q will feel great in your pocket, it's so slim you barely notice it's there. The size is pretty comfortable compared with any smart phones. Motorola did manage to bring the RAZR's solid feeling to the Q. Despite its light weight and plastic construction, the Q feels exceptionally solid. Just like the RAZR, the Q has a thin curved battery door that - against the odds - snaps so tightly into place you'd never realize how flimsy it is. There is no wiggle or flex in the Q's body, even when you take it in both hands and try to twist it. It's quite impressive. Q works on Windows Mobile OS with the RF Technology of Motorola. In the phone, consumers can choose from eight messaging in-boxes for corporate and personal email. Besides, the phones are equipped with instant messaging capability.
The keys are smooth, have rounded tops, and are made of a very hard plastic. The keyboard layout leaves much to be desired. The letter keys will make your fingers swim over the keypad when typing the messages. The navigation keys are the opposite of the keyboard keys. Raised ridges divide each navigation key and the D-pad from each other. The ridges make feeling the navigation keys very easy, and they also keep your thumb trapped inside the D-pad which makes using it for navigation very pleasant.
The noticeable aspects of Motorola Q are a sexy and ultra thin design and features a sharp display, a user friendly keyboard and a sharp multimedia functionality. The Windows Mobile 5 smart phone also has integrated bluetooth, a speaker phone, a 1.3-mega pixel camera, and solid call quality. The phone comes with Large high-resolution display (320 x 240 pixels, 65K TFT), PIM functionality with Picture Caller ID, dual stereo-quality speakers, mini-SD removable memory card slot, PIM functionality with Picture Caller ID, advanced speech recognition etc... Its 1.3-mega pixel camera supports iMelody, MIDI, MP3, AAC, WAV, WMA, WAX, and QCELP formats and video formats supported are MPEG-4, AAC, and WMV. The relatively large screen show the makings of an excellent multimedia device.
Motorola Q could by all means called the thinnest QWERTY on this planet. The phone is smart, powerful, devastatingly good-looking and the the ultimate power player. The world"s thinnest, lightest smart phone is a seamless fusion of QWERTY and phone, delivering a fully-loaded package of email, voice, and entertainment in one amazingly rich but thin device. 'Q"s superior voice quality makes it a stand out from the competition. Motorola Q delivers scalable and cost-effective mobile messaging support out of the box with Exchange 2003, and is also optimized for a variety of third party email solutions that enable an even broader set of corporate email capabilities.
With affordable pricing and attractive features Motorola Q is the next-generation smart phone for the people who wish to be advanced and updated.