|NEW MOTOROLA Q MOTOQ GREY PHONE FOR ALLTEL WIRELESS|
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|Motorola Q (Verizon), Good Condition, USED, Clean ESN|
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|When life sets you in motion, keep your connections strong. Mobile email, IM and text messaging on your Motorola Q is easy, fast and fun. And when leisure calls, the Motorola Q puts stereo-quality sound, rich video, and speedy web browsing right in your hands.Productivity occurs when time itself becomes a tool. The Motorola Q gives you the power to make time work hard for you, with synchronized business email at Broadband-like speeds.Smart technology decisions become strategic business advantages. The Motorola Q brings an intelligent approach to deployment for any size business - and supports leading business applications and key allies. Increasing your business IQ just became easier.|
|Family Line||Motorola MOTO|
|UPC||0723755881952, 723755885707, 822248006114|
|Storage Capacity||64 MB|
|Network Technology||CDMA2000 1X|
|Band||CDMA2000 1X 1900/800|
|Operating System||Microsoft Windows Mobile|
|Supported Flash Memory Cards||MiniSD|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Battery Capacity||1130 mAh|
|Battery Talk Time||Up to 240 min|
|Battery Standby Time||Up to 212 hr|
|Display Technology||LCD display|
|Diagonal Screen Size||2.4 in.|
|Display Resolution||320 x 240 pixels|
|Color Depth||16-bit (65000 colors)|
|QWERTY Physical Keyboard||Yes|
Average review score based on 166 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
The motorola Q is an excellent value. I like the Windows platform that enables me to connect to my PC and the "sync" program automatically transfers all contacts, schedules, etc. to both the PC and phone.
I find that alot of the programs and PDA are difficult to use. It can become a bit of a hassle when I want to enter a scheduled item. typically I will write down the meeting and enter it later to save time.
The bar style of phone is kind of clumsy at times. I keep it in a case on my belt and usually need both hands to remove it and make sure I don't drop it.
I probably would not buy this phone again or any bar style phone for that matter, however the phone is very reasonably priced and gives me alot of features for what I paid. If your on a limited budget and need a full featured data phone, than this is probably a good choice.
I needed a replacement phone with a QWERTY board. Refurbished Motorola Qs were ~$50 here on eBay.
The good things:
It was cheap and is pretty compact. It's easy to navigate and it checks your email automatically (however often you set it's routine check) It's a great phone for people who don't want to download apps etc...
Speaking of downloading apps etc, because of Verizon's new BRIGHT IDEA data package deal, I must pay $30 a month extra for a phone that doesn't even really connect to the internet. I would not mind paying that data price for a phone such as a DRIOD, palm, etc, but I can't really do much with the internet at ALL on this phone.
The only other complaint is that when you send a text message to another Verizon phone, you get a text message saying that it has been sent. There is no way to turn this off, unless you do so before EVERY message that you send.
100% good to keep as a backup.
Good for one's first phone or people who don't care about downloading fancy things.
I bought one, for a Christmas gift for my stepson... my son saw it and wanted to trade in his HTC touch screen for it. He liked the slim tough design and the full keyboard.
I bought 3 more - because they are cheap, and if your kids text much... they love the full keyboard and accessories. The battery is easily replaceable, it charges using 'standard' USB plug... can play MP3's... uses standard Mini SD memory cards... and a mass of skins, cases, and accessories.
The kids love them, and while it's a Window's Media platform, which I personally hate, these phones seem to work extremely well for both kids and the average adult. It's not my Treo... but I'd probably pick one of these over a Windows based Blackberry.
Good luck... these seem to be pretty good phones.
I was required to purchase this phone because my dog was kind enought to eat my phone and I was on a tight budget. I picked the Q becuase of the smartphone features that it has and it was one of the phones I could find for a low price. I really like how sturdy it is and how easy it is to use, however you will have to download the usermanual if you want to figure out how to do a screen lock or adjust volume or other simple things. The only other drawback that I have run into is simply its age, Motorola is no longer updating the Q's software so it is stuck where it is at, that prevents alot of the new apps and other tools found on phones that have Moble Windows OS.
I purchased the Q because I had two of these phones previous and I found the features to my liking. it is a nice size so it does not get swallowed up in my purse..the keypad is quick to use and accurately types in the correct letter or number. It lets you know when text has been sent then lets you know when it is actually received..You can download pictures right to your pc..It has many different ringtones already on the phone for you to choose from..I love the color..This particular phone was a buy it now and it came in mint condtion with a rubber cover for the phone, usb cable, and a sd adaptor, extra battery, wall charger, and manual. The rubber cover proved very helpful as the phone was in my purse when I draped the purse over a washing machine hook up faucet..unknown to me the faucet was leaking water into my purse for about two hours..the rubber cover protected the phone from water getting into it..I was very relieved as one of the previous Q's I had received a dose of water and never was the same.The only problem I have with the Q's is my inability to sit down and go thru the manual on the phone..but that is me and not the phone..I will work on that.