Motorola Q9c

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Motorola Q9C
Motorola Q9C.jpg
Manufacturer Motorola
Compatible networks CDMA
Form factor Bar
Dimensions 4.60 × 2.55 × 0.46 in[1]
Weight 4.58 oz.[1]
Operating system Windows Mobile 6.0 Standard; Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard (Motorola Update)
Removable storage MiniSD
Battery 1170 mAh Li-Ion
Data inputs Illuminated QWERTY Keypad & Side Thumbwheel
External display 320 × 240 pixels
Rear camera 1.3 Megapixel
Connectivity Bluetooth

The Motorola Q9c is a Windows Mobile 6 Smartphone, a thin device with similar styling to Motorola's immensely popular MOTORAZR.

Sprint first offered the Motorola Q9c in November 2007. It is the second generation Motorola Q, with updated features and software. Measuring at less than ½” thick, the Motorola Q9c offers the Windows Mobile smartphone Home screen, with direct links into essential business applications - email, calendar, contacts, to-dos and more, but it can be customized using XML to contain other information, including links to voicemail, SMS, weather (via the free Weather Bug plugin) . The Motorola Q9c has Windows Mobile 6, stereo Bluetooth, EV-DO Rev. A broadband-speed downloads, voice dialing and a full HTML Web browser to surf the internet wherever the user has service.

Verizon released the Q9m in late 2007, which has music features specific to Verizon, as well as the Q9c for their network in June 2008 with a black metal bezel. Alltel and U.S. Cellular released the Q9c in the late summer of 2008, offering the same model in lime-green. AT&T currently uses the Q9h model (which is the GSM version of the same phone.)

In June 2008, Motorola added a Software Update allowing Sprint Customers to officially upgrade their Operating System to Windows Mobile 6.1.

Key features[edit]

MOTO Q 9c delivers high-speed mobile Web at EV-DO speeds with Microsoft Internet Explorer and USB 1.1 connectivity Easy configuration of virtually any consumer email account (POP3/ IMAP4) and Windows Mobile with Direct Push technology keeps users connected to both work and personal email accounts, in real time.MOTO Q 9c boasts 128 MB of internal memory and is upgradable up to 32GB of optional removable memory2, to store documents, files and images while Microsoft ActiveSync allows users to sync email, contacts and calendars with their PC.

Specifications[edit]

  • Calculator - Yes
  • Calendar - MS Pocket Outlook
  • Mini-USB Port - Yes, Includes Charging & Data Cable
  • Vibrate - Yes
  • Phonebook Capacity - Uses Shared Memory
  • Multiple Numbers Per Name - Yes

Messaging features

  • HTML Web Browsing - Yes, Opera Browser 8.6 Supports HTML, SSL, JavaScript, Cookies, Bookmarks, Frames and VPNs
  • Multimedia Messaging - Yes
  • Text Messaging (SMS) - Yes
  • Instant Messenger Built-in - Yes
  • Email Client - Yes, Pocket Outlook With Attachment Viewing, ActiveSync Over-the-air or USB, POP3/SMTP Support
  • Predicting Words and Phrases - Yes

Personalization and fun features

  • Polyphonic Ringtones - Yes, 64 Chords, Downloadable
  • Custom Ringtones - Yes
  • Pre-loaded Ringtones - Yes
  • MP3 Ringtones - Yes
  • Ringer Profiles - Yes, Plus AAC Real Music Tones Supported
  • Picture Caller ID - Yes
  • Multiple Languages - Yes
  • Games - Yes, Downloadable
  • Customizable Graphics - Yes

Technical specifications

  • Application Platform - Java
  • Platform / Operating System - Windows Mobile 6; Windows Mobile 6.1 (Using Motorola's update tool)
  • Data Download Speed - EV-DO Rev.O (Up to 1.4 Mbit/s Burst Download Speed) Where Available, 1xRTT (Up to 130 kbit/s) Nationally
  • Network Compatibility - CDMA 800, 1900
  • Ringtone Types Supported - iMelody, MIDI, MP3, AAC, WAV, WMA, WAX, QCELP
  • Built-In Memory - 128MB storage, 64MB RAM
  • Expandable Memory Capacity - Yes, miniSD Card Formats Supported, Up to 32GB Card Size
  • Dimensions - 4.6 in × 2.55 in × 0.46 in
  • Weight - 4.58 oz
  • Compatible Carrier - Sprint, Verizon, Alltel, U.S. Cellular
  • WiFi 802.11 Compatible - With WiFi SDIO Card (Sold Separately)

Box contents

  • Additional Items Included - Battery, User Guide, USB Charger Cable, Wall Charger, Bluetooth Earpiece, ActiveSync Software

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "MOTO Q9c Bluetooth Smartphone". Motorola. Retrieved 2008-12-30. [dead link]

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