Q from Motorola is the thinnest (11.5mm), lightest QWERTY phone delivering a fully-loaded package of email, voice, and entertainment in one thin device.
The new handheld is based on Microsoft's Windows Mobile 5 Smartphone software, will come with rich multimedia capabilities and an easy-to-use one-handed navigation thumbwheel and 5-way navigation button.
Motorola Q promises to deliver scalable and cost-effective mobile messaging support out of the box with Microsoft Exchange 2003, and is also optimized for a variety of third party email solutions that enable a broad set of corporate email capabilities.
Fifty percent thinner than other similar products, the Q features Motorola's RAZR-thin design including electro-luminescent keys and a compact "antenna-inside" shape. Motorola Q also hosts a large colour screen with 320 x 240 pixels (65K colours TFT), Internet capabilities, and a 1.3 mega pixel camera with flash. It also comes with dual, stereo-quality speakers, supporting iMelody, MIDI, MP3, AAC, WAV, WMA, WAX, QCELP formats.
In addition to these features, the Motorola Q features a speakerphone for conference calls, voice-activated dialing, and Bluetooth functionality. Memory can be expanded with mini-SD cards.
The company did not disclose more specific details on which operators will bring this smart device to the market. The Moto Q is expected to be available in Q1 2006 and no prices are known.
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