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MOTO Q Global

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MOTO Q GlobalThe new Motorola smartphone model launched today is available via AT&T with the Windows Mobile 6.1 operating system pre-installed, which brings some cool applications to mobile professionals accessible via a friendly user interface.

At a price of $149.99 including a 2-year contract, the Blackberry looking smartphone called MOTO Q Global delivers a nice sliding panel home screen design, the cut-and-paste capability, multi-tasking like playing music and browsing through images at the same time, the Microsoft System Center Mobile Device Manager with access to the corporate network management, data encryption, remote administration support, and Information Rights Management, which allows you to send and receive encrypted emails.
MOTO Q GlobalComing in a bold design with metallic lines, MOTO Q Global enables clear conversations thanks to the CrystalTalk technology, and brings also Assisted GPS for accurate location tracking.

According to Juergen Stark, corporate vice president of Productivity, Mobile Devices, Motorola, “consumers have been clamoring for a single device with the most advanced Windows Mobile software to keep them connected, informed and entertained, all while looking sleek and sharp. Motorola is proud to provide AT&T customers with one of the first devices featuring Windows Mobile 6.1, and the unparalleled smart phone experience of our MOTO Q Global.”

Other features of the new phone model include 3G speeds, Documents To Go from DataViz for access to Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files as well as view Adobe PDF files, while the Good Mobile Messaging and BlackBerry Connect enable other easy messaging capabilities, operating at 325 MHz processing speeds.
MOTO Q GlobalThe user can take pictures on the go using the built-in 2MP camera with video recorder, listen to the music on the Windows Media Player Mobile 10, use the streaming radio feature, chat, browse the Internet with the Opera 8.6, access MySpace Mobile profiles, check the latest additions on eBay, play games, talk on the phone for up to 9 hours, store up to 32GB of media, or leave the handset in standby for up to 30 days.

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