Motorola Moto Q

Published Date
01 - Sep - 2006
| Last Updated
01 - Sep - 2006
 
Motorola Moto Q
Good performance does not come at the cost of style. And Motorola just reiterates that with its uber-cool Moto Q, unofficially known as the Razorberry-it combines the power of Blackberry with a slimmer body than the V3 RAZR! The Moto Q is the slimmest SmartPhone on the planet, measuring a mere 4.33 x 2.52 x 0.45 inches with a weight of just 115 grams. Salient features include a full QWERTY keyboard, 2.4-inch VGA screen and a plethora of connectivity options.

The 2.4-inch screen is capable of displaying 65K colours at a resolution of 320 x 240-lower than Nokia's E61 on this front, but the large size will definitely help when viewing content.

Q is powered by the new Windows Mobile 2005, and claims to be optimised for Microsoft Exchange and other third party e-mail solutions. Windows Mobile 2005 endows the Q with enough PIM functionality to synchronise perfectly with Outlook. 

The Moto Q is not far behind on the multimedia front, with its 1.3 megapixel camera and flash. Its support for various audio and video formats can rival any portable media player.

Connectivity includes Bluetooth and IR for short range data transfer and GPRS and EVDO for the Internet. The ubiquitous mini-USB cable will feature with the Q as well.


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