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gerald  davis
Apr 07
gerald davis
Overall
4.4
gerald  davis

"Motorola Q is a great business phone!"

The good: Thin, sexy, large screen, very similar to my blackberry in button layout, usb-mini sync/charge port, voice recognition is good, speaker is good (callers can hear me an i can hear them.) Holds 2gb mini-sd. Battery lasts with the righ preparation of powermanagement

The bad: adding new contact from unknown number, cant press letter to go to similar lettered entries if just adding to existing contact, silver buttin is not a joystick, though that would be nice, No MMS is available yet.

Summary: This phone is more like a business extension device then a phone. It has web, mobile outlook which is easily synced with MS.Exchange (very handy for smb users and entrepreneurs). The device is a good looking device, balances well in the hand for great one-handed action (texting, short email replies, etc ...) the only things that its missing is wireless (802.11) and MMS capabilities, although that might be a consequence of the providers not enabling the MMS feature. Beyond that its a very business friendly device and well recommended. There are a few tips to extend the battery ( turn beaming off, set displays to turn down after 10 sec, and dim the screen with utility caled candlelight, and youll love your phone battery life like me.


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