Motorola Hint QA30

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Motorola Hint QA30
Manufacturer Motorola
Series Motorola Hint QA30
Compatible networks CDMA 1x EVDO 1700/2100/800/1900 [1]
Type mobile/cellular
Form factor Slider
Dimensions 61.6 mm×82 mm×16.9 mm (3.2" x 2.42" x .66")
Weight 4.23 oz
Memory 256 ROM and 128 MB RAM
Removable storage Up to 8 GB
Battery Li-ion4.5 Hours of Talk Time
Display QVGA; 2.5", 320 x 240 pixels [1]
Rear camera 2-megapixel, no flash
Connectivity Stereo Bluetooth technology
Micro USB 2.0 high speed
GPS Enabled [2]

Motorola Hint QA30 is a sliding mobile camera phone introduced by Motorola in the fourth quarter of 2008. It's available on the Alltel, Bell Canada, Cricket, MetroPCS, and US Cellular. About the size of a post-it note, the QA30 slides open to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard for text messaging and email. The 2 megapixel camera stores 1600x1200 resolution pictures on either the 128 MB internal memory or on a MicroSD card up to 8 GB.


One of the most immediate features of the front of the QA30 is the large 2.5" full color screen. The front has few buttons including a "Call" and "End" button, Media Player button, Back button and Menu navigation buttons. The Keypad Lock button is located on the top of the unit. Sliding the unit open reveals a full QWERTY Keyboard, and various shortcut buttons for features such as the camera, speakerphone, web browser, email, etc.

The camera is capable of capturing 2-megapixel JPEG still images and MPEG-4 Video. The phone is also capable of alerting the user by announcing the name of the person calling if the contact's number has been previously entered in the units contact list. It comes with 31 pre-installed ring tones and has the capability of purchasing/downloading more ring tones from the internet. It also includes a built in MP3 Player.

The Motorola Hint is also capable of voice dialing and integrated speakerphone.

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