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Friday, 24 August 2007 11:06

Motorola releases new Q phone

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More memory and a new keyboard

 

    Mobile phone outfit Motorola has released another handset in its  "Q" phone line.

The 9M phone has more than 32 gigabytes of removable memory, up from two in the original machine, and a new keyboard layout.

Based on Microsoft's Windows Mobile 6, the phone has a 2.4-inch screenad two built-in Stereo speakers and a 1.3 megapixel digital camera. The keyboard is much better than the original Q being Qwerty based.

According to the company information the phone has improved 3G Internet features and can link to eight e-mail accounts.

There is a review here

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