AT&T along with Motorola has announced the debut of MOTO Q 9h global. The device will be available to AT&T customers exclusively in the U.S. The device will show its presence on US store shelves from tomorrow.
MOTO Q, another life tool for the Web 2.0 Generation, had debuted in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia on 23rd Oct but now it goes global with AT&T.
The high-performance smart MOTO Q 9h global has a new and sleek form factor. The handset has a wider screen and an integrated QWERTY keyboard.
Apart from the attractive form-factor, MOTO Q is equipped with many features and functions that will make the user love this device. MOTO Q has a built-in outstanding voice quality. It is capable of downloads at up to 3.6 Mbps via AT&T’s UMTS/HSDPA-based BroadbandConnect network.
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It has built-in GPS capabilities. The user can also use “Documents to Go” for document editing. The handset is dedicated with seven shortcut keys on the left hand side.
Being a new generation device it is very necessary to be operational with features such as a camera, and MOTO Q rightly consists of a 2.0-megapixel camera with flash.
Juergen Stark, corporate vice president, Productivity, Motorola Mobile Devices says “Staying connected, informed and entertained is becoming a way of life for busy professionals and consumers. With AT&T, the MOTO Q global delivers unparalleled download speeds, on-board memory, messaging, processing power and voice quality, all packaged within a sleek design for the modern consumer.”
The MOTO Q global carries the most personalized, productive and secure mobile e-mail experience by running Motorola’s Good Mobile Messaging 5. For the business users it avails a fully integrated mobile RSS reader and subscription manager. It also provides the ability to group and sort e-mail by conversation threads, including the ability to customize priority e-mail with personalized notifications and complete calendar capabilities, including real-time free-busy visibility.
The 3G-powered handset is the first MOTO Q smart device sold in the U.S. with worldwide capabilities
In this festival season, the Motorola MOTO Q global is expected to be available for a special introductory price of $199.995 at all AT&T retail stores nationwide. MOTO Q can also be purchased online at AT&T website. The handset is also available with various and exclusive offers with AT&T.