The Motorola Q9h is a great messaging device with a spacious QWERTY keyboard, and also offers decent call quality and multimedia performance. The Windows Mobile 6 smartphone features HSDPA support; Bluetooth; GPS; world roaming; and a 2-megapixel camera.Given the larger size of the phone, we think Motorola could have increased the display size just a wee bit, as it seems engulfed by the rest of the device. Still, with a 65,536-color output and 320x240-pixel resolution, images and text looked sharp and vibrant. In addition, it features an adaptive technology that adjusts the backlighting of the screen depending on your environment (for instance, outdoors, in a dark room, and so forth). The feature worked well, as we didn't have any difficulties reading the display even under bright sunlight, but the screen does have the tendency to hold smudges and fingerprints.Unlike the Motorola Q9m, which focused on multimedia, the Motorola Q9h is more about messaging and productivity. The smartphone still runs Windows Mobile 6 Standard Edition, so you get Microsoft's Direct Push Technology out of the box for real-time e-mail delivery and automatic synchronization with your Outlook calendar, tasks, and contacts via Exchange Server. The Q9h also works with other e-mail solutions, including AT&T Xpress Mail and Good Mobile Messaging. (BlackBerry Connect will be available as a downloadable client later this year.) You can access POP3 and IMAP accounts as well; a handy wizard is on board to walk you through the process, and it really just requires entering your user name and password.
- Motorola Q 9h (Unlocked Quadband)
- User Manual
- ENGLISH AND HEBREW KEYPAD
- Travel Charger