Verizon Adds Motorola Q Music 9m To Its Offer
AT&T got its hand on the iPhone, Verizon just had to come with a counter-offer. So, there you have it: the company announced that the Motorola Q Music 9m has become a Verizon "exclusive".
August 23, 2007
The new Motorola phone is available for $299.99. Verizon announced limited editions which will feature either a 2GB miniSD card and a stereo headset ($49.99 extra) or a 4GB miniSD card ($149.99 extra).
On the hardware side, the Motorola Q Music 9m features an ergonomically optimized keyboard, a side-scroll thumbwheel and dedicated keys for messaging, speakerphone and multimedia. A 1.3 megapixel camera with flash comes to complete the pack, although it's rather less than expected from a top phone.
The multimedia interface has V CAST Music capabilities supports over-the-air music downloads. Speaking of software, the phone comes with Windows Mobile 6 and includes advanced phone capabilities like voice-activated dialing, smart contacts dialing and Bluetooth.
The list of features also includes:
- Two home screens (standard and multimedia) with easy toggle
- EV-DO access for fast downloads of data, e-mail and large attachments
- Pocket Internet Explorer for Internet access
- Wireless Sync for anytime connectivity with e-mail, calendar and contacts synchronization
- Dual, stereo-quality speakers
- 2.5mm headset jack
- Standard battery: 1170 mAh
- Usage time: up to 272 minutes (approx.)
- Standby time: up to 212 hours (approx.)