The Motorola Q was no secret, anticipated by anxious consumers who were calling it colorful nicknames such as the RAZRBerry and BlackBerry-Killer. Combining an iconic ultra-thin design with the power of Windows Mobile, the Q offered an irresistible blend of form and function.
Released earlier this month accompanied by a high-publicity ad campaign, the Motorola Q is 50 percent thinner than its top competitors. Hosting a large and vibrant color screen, a 1.3-megapixel camera with flash, and digital video and audio capabilities, the Q provides clear and vibrant imaging.
For productivity, the Q integrates a high-quality speakerphone for conference calls, speaker-independent voice recognition software for handsfree access, and Bluetooth functionality to connect with wireless accessories including A2DP-compatible headphones for stereo music streaming.