Noah's Motorola Z9 review

Noah Kravitz
 from  Oakland, CA
| May 10, 2008

What's Good: Great voice quality; fast 3G data speeds; good GPS system; mobiTV compatibility; sleek, attractive design; clean menus and UI; solid build; easy to hold and use

What's Not Good: Rather large for a sliderphone; some may not like tiny buttons; heavy

Bottom Line: MOTO's Z9 is a top-notch featurephone that provides access to nearly all of AT&T's data and multimedia services in an attractive form factor.  The phone is rather large and pretty hefty, which is either kind of nice or really annoying depending on your perspective.  If you don't mind - or even like - the Z9's size and heft, you?ll be sure to enjoy its big bright display, fast 3G data access, and integrated GPS chip with onboard navigation.

Make/Model: Motorola Z9
Network: GSM 850/900/1800/1900 (Quad-Band)
Data: HSDPA (3G), EDGE
Carrier: AT&T Mobility
Size: 114 x 54 x 14 mm
Weight: 140 g
Form Factor: Slider
Display: 2.4? Color LCD Touchscreen, 240 x 320 (QVGA) resolution, 262,000 Colors
Memory:  51 MB built-in, microSD card slot
Notable Features: Crystal Talk noise reduction technology; 3G data speeds; AT&T CV Video Service; MobiTV Video Service; AT&T Music Store; XM Radio Compatibility; 2MP Camera with Flash; A-GPS with AT&T Navigator Service

 Motorola Z9

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