Apparently, Motorola thought the interestingly named Moto Q q9 wasn’t cryptic enough. The new name for the successor to Motorola’s uber-popular Moto Q will be the Moto Q 9h. What prompted Motorola to change q9 to 9h? Your guess is just as good as ours. But rest assured that the new Moto Q will still bring Windows Mobile 6.0 and HSDPA action to the table.
**Update** We just figured it out – the “h” in 9h stands for hybrid, right? Just how Motorola will fit a gasoline and electric motor into that slim Moto Q body still has us scratching our heads. What do you guys think?
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Here’s a rundown of the expected feature set on the Moto Q 9h.
- Simple, elegant and stylish, the ultra-slim MOTO Q 9h, at only 11.8 millimeters thick packs in a host of advanced features
- QWERTY keyboard and large, crisp display
- Quad-Band (GPRS/EDGE) functionality
- Video capture and playback at 30fps
- HSDPA technology for fast data transfers, streaming media and web browsing
- Connectivity: EMU, USB 2.0 full speed transfers and data access
- Integrated Class 2 Bluetooth wireless technology (A2DP, AVRCP – stereo) for hands-free connectivity with compatible Bluetooth enabled stereo devices
- Messaging via MMS, SMS, Instant Messaging and Windows Pocket Outlook
- Supports a variety of audio formats including AMR NB, AMR WB, MWA, MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WAV, MIDI
- Video formats supported includeH.263, MPEG4, WMV, H.264 decode
- Up to 2 GB of optional removable storage space with a microSD memory slot
- Integrated 2.0 megapixel camera with digital zoom and LED photo indicator light
- Special productivity features: Opera browser, Attachment Viewer or Editor, Voice Recognition, File Manager, Voice Notes, VPN capability and Anti-Virus protection