Excerpt: The Q9h has some pretty good features like the world clock and tip calculator. The camera is also pretty worthy of mention. Although I do wish I could zoom in and out with it instead of just control the brightness. I haven't quite gotten used to the tiny buttons yet either. Another draw back I've experienced (and this may not be the phone itself) is my battery never stays charged for more than 24 hours.
Excerpt: It is not one of the smart phones that has eery app. on it but it has been worth the money. The internet took a little to get use to but it works great. Signal could be a little better but I have had a lot worst. The key board is pretty easy to use even for my big fingers.
Excerpt: I love the PDA (calendar) portion of this phone, and that I can sync it to my computer and print out a calendar. It helps me manage family details. The phone is easy to use and the keyboard is nice. The only fault I find is that it doesn't have the best reception or sound quality. (people often can't hear me).
I can't leave home without my Moto - its my office in my hand!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: With the functionality of a phone and the entertainment and usability of a PC, the MOTO Q 9h offers the complete user experience. It's technology lets users stay connected from nearly anylocationa dn at any time!. At work and at play, the MOTO Q 9h offers a many features that will keep you entertained for hours.The integrated 2.0 megapixel camera isn't the best and brining up the zoom is tricky.
Excerpt: The Motorola Q9h Smartphone is one of the greatest smart phones I had ever used. It used Windows Mobile which made it very versatile. The phone was very easy to use, and was very customizable. It responded very well to both phone functions and anything extra that you wanted to use it for, as long as you killed the tasks every so often in the task manager. I had the extended battery, so I could go a couple days on normal use without the battery needing charged.
Excerpt: When this phone first came out, it was great .. but it's past it's time .. way past it's time now unfortunately. It's running on the old windows 6.1 platform! Whare is windows 7 mobile at? lol It has a really fine build quality and you will enjoy the 'feel' of it. It's perfectly well sized, but if you have big hands, its even betterl. Sound and call quality, and the antenna and signal strength are very, very strong as well.
Excerpt: I bought this phone in Oct 08. At first i wasn't too thrilled with getting a device with windows OS but decided to give it a try. I enjoyed the feel of it my hands, the phone is a little big but I have big hands so I didn't mind the size at all. Call quality and signal strength are very strong so no complaints there. Syncs with your desktop with ease so again no complaints with that.
Excerpt: I've had this phone for quite sometime and have been every satisfied with the WM 6.0 that was on it. just recently ATT released the updated WM 6.1 for the phone. i absolutely love it. the best feature about it would have to be the threaded text messaging. i would recommend this phone to anyone. i'd also recommend to upgrade to the WM 6.1 for a much better home screen lay out and easier texting.
Excerpt: Bottom-Line : All-n-all I more than satisfied with the performance of the Moto Q 9h . The Smartphone design is clean and functional and Windows Mobile 6.1 is highly functional. It time once again for that once every two year ritual; that is changing cellular phone plans, this time Verizon Wireless *is out, *AT&T Wireless is in.
Excerpt: this is my first smart phone but im pretty sure i made the right decision. fell internet and gps this thing is incredible. just you cant run too many apps at the same time. but thats isnt necessarily a downfall. all its missin is a touch screen.