Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Motorola Q Review

Prominently displayed on the front, a large 65K-color LCD offers a full visual experience. Optimized for video streaming, multimedia capture, and Internet browsing, the Q's screen provides the vibrancy needed for comfortable viewing indoors and out.

The 5-Way Navigation Keypad is located next to familiar green and red Call / Answer and Power / End Keys, with specially designated Home, Back, and Left and Right Keys offering menu navigation and shortcut functionality. Chemically-etched on a blue electro-luminescence panel, the shortcut keys are flush to the exterior, enhancing the Q's slim design.

The QWERTY keyboard allows users to easily and quickly compose messages from a variety of corporate and personal email technologies. With the left half doubling as the numeric keypad, dedicated Message / Display Off, Camera, and Speakerphone / Voice Recognition Keys are activated when pressed and held for two seconds. Offering slightly more spacious typing over the Treo 700, unfortunately typing is more cumbersome due to the Q's rounded key design.

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