Excerpt: I recently was able to spend an extended amount of time with the Motorola Q9h. If you’re not familiar with it, it’s the latest Q and sports Windows Mobile 6, a redesigned keyboard, louder speaker, HSDPA, built-in GPS, 2.0 megapixel camera with LED flash, and more.
Conclusion: Is that a flawless phone? The lack of WiFi shows it is not. Is it very good – definitely yes! Targeted as a rival of the BlackBerry phones, the Q9h offers excellent QWERTY keyboard that beats almost everything on the market and proves to be best in its size class. The functionality is as good as you can expect from a WM6 Smartphone and from a smart phone as a whole, and the system performance is also excellent.
Pros: Excellent keyboard, Very good display performance thanks to a light sensor, Solid construction with sexy look and slim profile
Excerpt: Motorola introduces it’s latest QWERTY mobile phone , the MOTO Q 9h running Windows Mobile 6 Standard. This sleek cellphone is equipped with power, functionality and offers a cool design that satisfies the appetite of gadget lovers, business professionals and even fashion conscious consumers. The MOTO Q 9h is more than just a device, it’s a statement of power and personality. Its precise and compelling form factor highlights the devices’ visual appeal and feel.
Excerpt: Motorola may be better known for their consumer devices, such as the Razr range, but they also do a business smartphones as well. Thus you have the Q9h, which combines business functionality with similar style characteristics of their consumer products.
Excerpt: The Motorola Q 9H - also known as the MOTO Q Global - targets the international traveller who wants to be productive and enjoy multimedia with a Windows Mobile handheld. Unfortunately, this Motorola mobile phone falls a bit short on data connectivity and GPS features.
Summary: If you're looking for an attractive 3.5G PDA-phone with push email, Windows Mobile 6 and a QWERTY keyboard, the Motorola Q 9h is worthy of consideration, so long as you don't need a touchscreen or Wi-Fi.
Pros: HSDPA, Windows Mobile 6 (Standard Edition), Smart, subtle design
Cons: Can't charge via USB, Hard reset required on occasion