Motorola’s MOTO Q 11 smartphone is out. Moto Q11 looks similar to the the previous Motorola’s Q9c and Q9h smartphones. The exciting new features include an updated look and design. Striking thing about this cell phone is this that it is affordably priced, but the biggest drawback that this phone holds is, that it does not have 3G support.
Because Motorola Q11 lacks any kind of 3G connectivity and works on quad-band GSM/EDGE support it is likely to get popular in countries where 3G is still not in use. It works on Windows Mobile 6.1 operating system.
The MOTO Q 11 features a 3 megapixel fixed-focus camera and a microSDHC(INFO) card slot for up to 32GB of storage expansion room. Like the Q9, the Q11 sports a 2.4″, 262k color QVGA resolution display and offers GPS functionality. It even comes equipped with support for the latest Bluetooth 2.1 standard, also supports WiFi.
With its standard 1170mAh battery Motorola Q11 measures 117mm x 64mm x 11.7mm (4.6″ x 2.5″ x .46″) in size and weighs a respectably light 115g (4.1oz). The Motorola Q11 is expected to be available for purchase by Dec 2008.
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