Starting tomorrow, Verizon Wireless subscribers will be able to enjoy the guilty pleasure that is the all new Motorola Q 9c. The phone, which is currently also available on the Sprint network, will be offered for $249.99 after a mail-in rebate for a two-year contract. The company is also offering an extra $100 credit for customers who sign up for a qualifying voice and data plan at the time of purchase. The USP of the Q 9c is of course going to be its Windows Mobile 6 Standard OS and the full QWERTY keypad that frankly dwarfs the otherwise large 2.4” color TFT display. The smartphone also boasts of the other standard features you expect to find in a phone of this category with its stereo Bluetooth, 128MB internal memory expandable upto a staggering 32GB with a microSD card, voiced-driven menus with Advanced Voice Dialing and multimedia support with Windows Media Player Mobile.
Though the 1.3 mp camera with fixed focus and video recording is a bit of a letdown since a 2/3.2 mp camera is the least we expect from a smartphone of the Q 9c pedigree but the fact that the second generation Motorola Q stands at less than ½” thick kinda makes up for it. The sleek ergonomic and potent Q 9c lets users access email and read and edit Office documents on the go which looks like quite a bargain with the current Verizon package.
Source: Mobile Burn