Reviews and Problems with Motorola MOTO Q9m / Q9c / Q9h
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Motorola Q9m - good for a while, but it won't last forever
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Overall, the Motorola Q9m is a pretty decent smartphone. It has internet cabapility (when you pay for it, of course), a pretty good camera/video with an optional light (it's quite bright, too), Windows Media Player for your music, and texting and picture messaging. The keypad worked well for a while, but now that I've had this phone for about a year, I notice it does not work as well as it used to, and tends to mistype.
Excerpt: I'm always trying to get the best bang for my buck and the Moto Q9M fits the bill for me. I switched away from contract cell plans and hopped on the Page Plus bandwagon. The Q9M has turned out to be a great phone for this plan. It works fine right out of the box, has a decent keyboard and very good voice quality. The browser won't set and benchmark records for speed but I seldom use this feature anyway.
Excerpt: Moto Q music is a good, but not great phone, the built in keyboard is a nice feature but can be a little small at times. I like the fact it has active sync to sync up my email and music directly from my computer and the fact I can make any mp3 file a ringtones just by adding the mp3 file to my phone. I don't like the fact I can't use the verizon get it now features with it.
Excerpt: motorola q is a great phone has a great keyboard so that you can txt and write documents on microsoft. i like that i can do documents on it and download it to my laptop. having windows on it is a plus i recommend u to get it if you havent already received it. the only bad part is the battery life of the phone. Reviewer is an employee or otherwise affiliated with the brand.
Excerpt: The Motorola Q9m is my first dive into the smartphone world. I can't say that I'm too happy with it at all. I did like the phone at first, some of the features are nice, but as time goes on I like it less and less. It's not very durable, I got my first one just over a year ago, and it quit working within 10 months (and I don't abuse it at all). Thank goodness for one year warranties!
Excerpt: I've had my motorola Q for about a 1 1/2 yrs and I think its great. I wanted a smartphone for the calender/address book features. I needed a phone I could program appts, tasks and addresses. This phone fits perfectly. I can download everything from my pc and the snyc works great. I'm able to input appts or reminders easily and I have it set to send me weeking and day of reminders. I'm totally organized now and I love it!!!!!
The MOTO Q 9c phone rocks...It lets me stay connected wherever.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I love the MOTO Q 9c. It is easy to use and full of fun ways to personalize it. I can sync it to my computer and add my own ringtones. It allows me to stay connected to my military husband thru messneger and emails while I am not at home.
Excerpt: after being dropped in the toilet by my 16month old and laying out in hot car on many occasions this Smartphone really lives up to its name. it holds all my appts, has an sdMemory card for all my photos and videos, and has proven to be quite durable.
Excerpt: The Moto Q 9c is a great beginner smartphone. it is Blackberry in style but it run Windows Mobile which has it advantages being that it is Windows based there are many compatibility benefits if you are also a Windows PC user. I used this phone for about a year and liked it fairly well!
Excerpt: When I first laid eyes on the Moto Q 9c I loved it! Mine is a lime green so that automatically caught my eye. This phone is great but it does come with a few flaws. After having the phone for a few months, I could not open the majority of my text messages without it freezing. In fact, I couldn't do anything without it freezing. When I text, the words would be invisible so I would just text hoping that I was typing what I wanted to say.