Motorola Q 11 smartphone turns up, Wi-Fi and GPS, but no 3G
Today Motorola announced the newest member of their highly popular Q family. The Motorola Q 11 is true to its nature with slim silhouette and Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard OS.
Motorola Q 11 comes with quad-band GSM support, making it capable of global roaming. It's landscape display measures 2.4 inches and sports QVGA resolution. The full-QWERTY handset has 64MB of RAM and a Freescale ARM 7 LTE CPU.
Some of its more exiting features are Wi-Fi, GPS (with A-GPS support) and a 3 megapixel fixed focus camera. USB v1.1 and Bluetooth v2.1 are also on board and so is a microSD card slot for expanding the built-in memory. The lack of UMTS support however will force users to use EDGE for on-the-go wireless data.
Motorola Q 11 measures the pretty slim 117x64x11.7 mm, totaling a volume of 85cc. Its weight is the passable 115 g.
Motorola Q 11 is expected to be available in December 2008 but there is no information regarding its pricing yet.
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No HSDPA..No 3G.. use to contact them..mentioning about functionality of Nokia,Samsung and etc in all country having same features. Moto having different features depending on each country. For example (Q9H) in europe and asia didn't have AGPS. In US...
- 2008-11-21 14:58
i agree with u leeman. From indonesia too? Which do u guys prefer, 3g phone without 2nd camera or wifi phone without 3g?
- 2008-10-16 11:07
Don't think will get a success in advanced mobile handset market country like Indonesia.
- 2008-10-14 08:08