Motorola has officially launched the MOTO Q9e Windows Mobile smart device through the US Moto Store online shop.
The unlocked device features Windows Mobile 6.0 Standard, quadband GSM/EDGE radio, a 2.4 inch landscape QVGA display, microSD expansion slot, 2.0 megapixel camera, speakerphone, Bluetooth 2.0 with stereo audio support, Opera Mobile web browser, and built-in GPS transceiver.
Motorola is offering the Q9e in a bundle with its T815 external Bluetooth GPS module which bundles its MOTONAV software for full turn by turn navigation and spoken directions for $724.99
One response to “Motorola Launches Unlocked MOTO Q9e Online”
Some have said there isn’t a market for this device. I’ll tell you the market: T-Mobile customers who don’t have 3G, and can’t go buy a (locked) Q9 from AT&T.