@Anonymous: The U9 has an ARM11 processor running at 450MHz. This phone outperforms most handsets. Look for JBenchmark results to compare phone performance.
how can u say that its a bad phone
i thing their is no reason for that
Changed to 4gb and its as fast as lightning!
So easy transfering onto card whilst in the reader!!
Bad phone , and its so slow , the best thing in this phone is the style
no need for phone tools just drag and drop onto card reader through windows media player..EASY PEEZY!!
hi i want to buy this phone because its different,stylist.
but i want long battery life. how many days can i use without charge? i will only speak:)
I am looking into buying this phone but, wanted to know does it have T9 ?
New generation Motorola phones are extremely fast,.....once you turn on the phone; you can read or get data immediately without delay!
I brought this phone because its stylish,small,different,not for the camera as i already have a good one.
hey guys :) for those of you who already have this phone, i would really appreciate your help. does this phone get slow after putting your music into it? is it hard to text with? and does it take a while to read? thank you!
in my opinion, this phone is absolutely beautiful and have functions that satisfies me. but its VERYYYYYYYY slow!
my camera has the same usb lead but these are SO cheap now you can easily get one for under a fiver!!
Got phone today, i've had 6 phones i the last year don't think this one will last long, it's very lightweight great, but very basic phone doesn't have smileys or any emotions for texts, doesn't have a stopclock or timer, doesn't come with usb cable, camera not great but only 2mp, not been able to put music on it yet as no usb cable.
If you are looking for a basic music phone with not a lot of features then this one would be good.
Somehow Moto seems to be always ahead of its competitors...in terms of data cable connection! Remember when did Moto release its V3/E680 which first supported "mini-USB" charging? How many years did it take other brands to "copy" this (seems rather simple but quite convenient) feature?
Though I'm surrprised to find many people on this forum don't seem to have the data cable to come with the phone. I'm in HK and I'd say all the mid-high end Moto phones (or should I say any phone with Bluetooth) all come with the data cable...and I've so many "mini-USB" ones right now.
For "micro-USB", I'd admit I can't find it anywhere else yet. (and will take years for others to catchup?) To be honest, I don't quite like this idea, as I already have plenty of "mini-USB".
Anyway, I've a Moto Q9h which is my only phone that needs "micro-USB", and one of my solution is: get one of the "new" Moto Bluetooth headset (my H375 cost me US$40 when I bought a K3 for my wife, and H710 for around US70), which comes with a "mini-USB -> micro USB" adapter.
"Heard" the adapter itself from Moto would cost US$15, so why not pay a bit more for a Bluetooth headset?
@TC16: Although the dimension of the screen is lower than usual (the V3i and V8 have 2.2"). The resolution is high (240x320) so the details on the screen are not squashed or cramped. If the screen was larger, probably the phone would be more expensive. The V8 has a larger screen and is very similar in terms of functionality to the U9, but is more expensive (about 50% more).