Moto Q 9h Review: No WiFi

Moto Q 9h
Receives many inputs from its loyal user, Motorola does a number of changes at Moto Q 9h. The transform looks clearly at keyboard that is at shortcut button row in bottom line. Successively from left to right is Calendar, Contacts, Windows Media, Camera, and Voice Recognition button. People say this based on survey about what most used application in a PDAPhone.

Other shortcut button resided exactly under the screen; Internet Explorer button in left end and Messaging button in right. Both is flanking left and right menu button. This differed from Moto Q which under its screen there's only 2 button; left and right menu. But the next line is the same: Home and Clear button flanks the navigation; and also Call and End Call button in both ends. Navigation is only function to point menu.

One thing that is interesting enough is existence of light sensor that is automatically arranges the level of screen Backlight (and keyboard) according to condition of area. This feature can be activated from Smart Backlight setting in Power Management. Furthermore, screen and keyboard will shine more bright when device applied at dark condition. In the end, this feature is helping enough to economize the battery power.

Even runs in 3,5G network, this device can’t be use for video call. This series likely is addressed for data communication. But surprisingly, WiFi is eliminated from Moto Q 9h. Internal memory capacity is big enough, and can be added more with MicroSD slot. USB micro port applied for headset, data cable and also charger cable switch. Bluetooth supports A2DP and AVRCP so that we can be listen clear audio from Bluetooth headset.

For the system side, Motorola mentions there are default addition for e-mail mailbox besides Hotmail. At demo unit which we received coincidently there's only Yahoo. Motorola tells that at official unit there will be also AOL, Gmail, and others. In device is also added McAfee VirusScan and Yahoo Go.

Voice Recognition can be used to command the device to execute an application by voice order. For example, call someone by only mentioning its name. Whereas the Encryption feature is also able to encrypt file that saved in addition memory card.

As bases on Windows Mobile 6 device, of course the support for enterprise work is more and more needed. For example, new Contacts data can be tuned as Outlook Contact. Active Sync is also easy to synchronize with server which base on Microsoft Exchange.

As a whole, likely there is no significant improvement at Moto Q 9h compared to Moto Q. What surprises, WiFi facility is removed from this gadget. But with keyboard and wide screen, easy shortcut button, and class application, makes Moto Q 9h is suitable for serious businessman.

Moto Q 9h Review
Price range:
- Display: TFT, 65K colors , 320 x 240 pixel, 1,4 inches
- Camera: 2.0 MP
- Messaging: SMS, EMS, E-mail
- Memory: Flash ROM 256MB, RAM 96MB
- External memory: MicroSD (until 2GB)
- Connectivity: Data cable, Bluetooth (A2DP, AVRCP)
- Internet connectivity: GPRS, EDGE, 3,5G
- Processor: TI OMAP 2420
- Network: GSM quadband, UMTS 2100, HSDPA
- Dimension: 11,8 x 6,7 x 1,18 cm
- Weight: 125 g
- Battery: Lithium ion 3.7V seri BT60
- Application: Yahoo Go, opera, Voices Notes, Connection Sharing, McAfee VirusScan, Document To Go, Master Clear, Master Reset, Memory Manager, BT PC Remote
- Sistem operasi: Windows Mobile 6 Standard
- Standby time: 480 hours
- Talk time: 260 minutes

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Comments on "Moto Q 9h Review: No WiFi"


Anonymous Interesting Gadgets said ... (4 qershor 2008 në 8:52 e paradites) : 

Without WiFi, it would be very limited use for me.


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