I have this phone, love it. I have the NES emulator working on it perfectly, although I can't seem to get any SNES one to work without freezing.
Personally, I own this phone. It takes some getting used to since the touch screen is not available. The phone works great out of the box. These are problems I've faced basically due to Motorola's engineering problems...
1) You cannot create an sms folder with this phone. I cannot understand why motorola did that.
2) You cannot reassign the keys of this phone, so customization sucks.
3) Runs quite warm especially the battery compartment
4) Battery drains out fast since it's quite fun to use
5) Cannot duplicate appointments in calendar. It just handicaps you in a lot of scheduling work.
6) Pictures taken are blurry
7) The sound is great but tends to produce sparks like noise while playing music. Not sure if it's the speaker or the phone.
"Motorola Q9H" support "Micro SD 32 Gb", Processor 300 Mhz.
Don't believe liars. Believe "Motorola Q9H Official" website.
MOTO Q Goes Global with AT&T-Powered Smart Device from Motorola
Nation’s Largest Wireless Carrier and Motorola Team Up to Introduce
America’s First Globally Capable MOTO Q Handset
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, and SCHAUMBURG, Ill., Nov. 1, 2007 — AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) and Motorola (NYSE:MOT) announced today that the MOTO Q™ 9h global will be available exclusively to AT&T customers in the U.S. beginning tomorrow. The 3G-powered MOTO Q global is the first MOTO Q smart device sold in the U.S. with worldwide capabilities1.
The MOTO Q global is a high-performance smart device with a new, sleek form factor. The MOTO Q global offers AT&T customers a full ergonomic, integrated QWERTY keyboard; outstanding voice quality; downloads at up to 3.6 Mbps via AT&T’s UMTS/HSDPA-based BroadbandConnect network;2 Windows Mobile ® 6; built-in GPS capabilities; Documents to Go® for document editing; Opera browser; seven dedicated shortcut keys; a 2.0-megapixel camera with flash; and support for both a host of enterprise- and consumer-oriented applications and services. These include the debut of My Q Paks, a suite of third-party application bundles designed to meet a MOTO Q global user’s lifestyle needs. These applications are all made possible through relationships with software developers that are members of Motorola’s MOTODEV Developer network.
The MOTO Q global provides access to AT&T’s BroadbandConnect network in more than 200 major metropolitan areas across the U.S. and coverage outside 3G service areas via AT&T’s nationwide3 EDGE network, the largest national high speed wireless data network in the U.S. The EDGE network is available in more than 13,000 cities and towns and along some 40,000 miles of major highways.
Outside the U.S., AT&T customers can use the MOTO Q global in more than 135 countries to access e-mail and other data applications and to browse the Web, and they can make or receive phone calls in more than 190 countries — the largest international wireless footprint of any U.S. carrier.
“The MOTO Q global literally opens up the world to MOTO Q enthusiasts,” said Michael Woodward, Business Voice/Data Products, for AT&T’s wireless unit. “AT&T and Motorola are teaming up to provide our customers with a world-class device, operating platform, applications and services and network experience that they can take with them around the globe.”
“Staying connected, informed and entertained is becoming a way of life for busy professionals and consumers," said Juergen Stark, corporate vice president, Productivity, Motorola Mobile Devices. “With AT&T, the MOTO Q global delivers unparalleled download speeds, on-board memory, messaging, processing power and voice quality, all packaged within a sleek design for the modern consumer.”
Windows Mobile 6 Experience
Windows Mobile 6 provides MOTO Q global users with the familiar look and feel of their desktop computers at home or in the office. Windows Mobile 6 delivers the ability to view e-mail messages in their original rich HTML format with live links to Web and Microsoft Office SharePoint® sites, which means that text and images are displayed as they would be on a Windows PC.
“Windows Mobile gives people the freedom to still be productive away from their desk or home whether sending e-mail, keeping track of their schedule or surfing the Web — while on the go,” said Scott Horn, general manager of Microsoft. “The MOTO Q global is an excellent solution for the person who needs a single mobile device to manage both work and a personal life while staying connected to colleagues, family and friends.”
All Windows Mobile 6 devices include Microsoft’s Direct Push Technology for up-to-date e-mail delivery and automatic synchronization of Outlook® calendars, tasks and contacts through Microsoft Exchange Server®. The MOTO Q global also will support System Center Mobile Device Manager at around the time Mobile Device Manager is available in the second quarter of 2008. The comprehensive, enterprise-grade mobile management security and access server product was announced last week by Microsoft at CTIA Wireless I.T. and Entertainment 2007.
Windows Mobile 6 also offers a set of important device security and management features that include the capability to remotely wipe all data from a device should it be lost or stolen. This feature helps ensure that confidential information remains that way. AT&T has the broadest portfolio of Windows Mobile devices of any U.S. carrier.
E-Mail and Beyond
The MOTO Q global delivers the most personalized, productive and secure mobile
e-mail experience by running Motorola’s Good Mobile Messaging 5. Using Good Mobile Messaging 5 on the MOTO Q global, business users get a fully integrated mobile RSS reader and subscription manager, the ability to group and sort e-mail by conversation threads, the ability to customize priority e-mail with personalized notifications and complete calendar capabilities, including real-time free-busy visibility. In addition, Good Mobile Messaging 5 provides IT managers with ultimate control through advanced security and management capabilities, including a mandatory application checker, application blacklisting, granular device-feature lockdown and SD-card and database encryption, all through a single management console with complete over-the-air controls.
In addition, business users will be able to access other services, such as:
* TeleNav GPS Navigator™. This provides GPS-enabled turn-by-turn voice and on-screen driving direction, colorful 3-D moving maps and traffic delay alerts/rerouting for use in vehicles or while walking.
* TeleNav Track™. This is a fully hosted, on-demand and comprehensive GPS-based workforce-management solution.
Beyond business uses, the MOTO Q global provides consumers with rich messaging and entertainment experiences. Customers can access their personal e-mail through AT&T’s popular Xpress Mail push e-mail service or POP3/IMAP4 clients and communicate with friends and family via SMS and MMS messages. They can also send instant messages using such popular platforms as AOL®, MSN® and Yahoo!®. The MOTO Q global also comes preloaded with such popular services as AT&T Mobile Music, AT&T’s CV video service, MobiTV® and Web browsing, all through AT&T’s MEdia Net.
AT&T MOTO Q global users will be the first to have access to My Q Paks, which provide bundles of advanced applications geared to a user’s personality and lifestyle. My Q Paks, available only on the MOTO Q global, initially will offer three Paks — of five applications each — that meet the needs of an on-the-go “Road Warrior,” always juggling “Household CEO,” or entertainment-focused “Fun Seeker.” My Q Paks can be downloaded directly over the air to the user’s MOTO Q global through a quick three-step process. Usage is complimentary for one year from date4 of download, and AT&T customers must download their My Q Paks by April 30, 2008. More information regarding My Q Paks can be found at. http://www.motorola.com/us/myqpaks
Pricing and Availability
For the holidays, the MOTO Q global is expected to be available for a special introductory price of $199.995 at AT&T retail stores nationwide, online at http://www.wireless.att.com , at select national retailers and through AT&T’s business-to-business sales organizations. Unlimited monthly data plans, which include corporate e-mail, are $44.99 a month with a voice contract. Personal data plans, which include personal e-mail, begin at $29.99 a month for 20MB of data. AT&T also offers an international data plan for the MOTO Q global — 20MB in nearly 30 countries — for an additional $24.99 a month. TeleNav GPS Navigator is available for additional monthly charges of $5.99 for 10 trips and $9.99 for unlimited trips. TeleNav Track service plans range from $12.99 to $21.99 for each device.
For the complete array of AT&T offerings, visit http://www.att.com
Note: Certain mobile phone features may not be available throughout the entire network or their functionality may be limited. All features, functionality and other product specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
No wifi, doooooom to fail. wake up moto, no phone of yours is with wifi!!! better stick to producing cheap phones.
Are you blind? Or can't read.
"Motorola Q9H" has "WiFi" with optional using SDIO.
No phone of Motorola is with wifi.
You like stupid. How about Motorola MPX300 since 2004 has "WiFi"; how about other phone in year 2004.
No wifi, doooooom to fail. wake up moto, no phone of yours is with wifi!!! better stick to producing cheap phones.
Motorola Q9H has optional WiFi; using SDIO.
Motorola Q9H has built in GPS.
This phone only for smart people and that's why called "Smartphone".
does anyone have any ideas why i only get about 12 hours of standby time? bluetooth is turned off, no email push..... what else could it be?
this phone is toooooo good. buy it people you won't get much better. i love it too much
Ugh, so many buttons are confusing! Im getting dizzy... So how do you phone numbers on this phone? I see letters but no numbers :S Also i have the Sims 2 my computer and i know there is a mobile game version can i sync it somehow so i can put all my families on my phone and check up on them at work?
Moto Q9H is a great phone. Great keypad, easy email setup. It comes with docs to go which allow me to create word, excel, powerpoint and pdf! Opera browser also makes internet browsing easier. I love the msn too. Now i can talk to my friends online anytime, anywhere. Great phone really!
Having trouble accessing internet (highspeed) from my new Q9H. All GPRS settings should be ok, provided by my operator and manually put in. Also in browser settings, "aut" is clicked and "Internet" chosen. It wont even connect to regular GPRS network. Cant figure out what I'm missing.
Q9h fantastic phone--- having difficulties accessing internet via laptop/desktop--can access via phone but not laptop---can obtain speed of 921kbps on task bar but when when internet explorer is clicked -- phone immediately freezes -- have tried 2 new q9's -- no results--- friends q9h works perfectly-- any solutions welcome -ta
Push email is good because it has more functionality than blackberry, but at the expense of much higher data usage. So most corporates use Blackberry. With the integration of Good Technology with Telstra Next G, blackberry is history. I use a Imate Jasjam on Telstra, and this looks like its going to beat it hands down :)
i just got my q9 h 3 weeks ago. compared to the blackberry that i have been using for a year this 1 beats it in all measures. maybe using companies bes server for blackberry is more stable. but still gave that up and push mail working perfect now. perfect for bussines