Motorola Launches Unlocked MOTO Q9e Online

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

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One response to “Motorola Launches Unlocked MOTO Q9e Online”

  1. Christopher Price

    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.