Detailed Moto Q9h Specs

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  1. vsnlweb

    vsnlweb New Member

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    Detailed Moto Q9h Specs

    Datasheet Views:12397 views since upload of datasheet (July 26, 2005) Release Date:June, 2007 Europe
    US Release AT&T: August 2007; Tmobile: Unknown
    Dimensions:67 x 118 x 11.8 millimetres
    Mass:134 grams (battery included)

    Software Environment
    Operating System:Windows Mobile 6 Standard
    Microprocessor CPU:32bit Texas Instruments OMAP 2420
    CPU Clock:330 MHz

    Memory, Storage capacity
    ROM capacity:256 MB
    RAM capacity:96 MB
    Hard Disk capacity:Not supported

    Display
    Display Type:color transflective TFT , 65536 scales
    Display Resolution:320 x 240
    Display Diagonal:2.4 "

    Sound

    Microphone:mono
    Speaker:stereo
    Audio Output:2.5mm jack

    Cellular Phone
    Cellular Networks:GSM850, GSM900, GSM1800, GSM1900, UMTS850, UMTS1900, UMTS2100
    Cellular Data Link:CSD, GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA
    Call Alert:64 -chord melody
    Vibrating Alert:Supported

    Control Peripherals
    Positioning Device:Not supported
    Keyboard:Built-in QWERTY-type keyboard, 37 keys
    Directional Pad:5 -way block
    Jog / Scroll Wheel:Not supported

    Interfaces
    Expansion Slots:SDIO, microSD
    Serial:RS-232 , 115200bit/s
    USB:USB 2.0 client, 60Mbit/s , USB Series Mini-B (mini-USB) connector
    Infrared Gate:115200bit/s (SIR/CIR)
    Bluetooth:Bluetooth 1.2
    Wireless LAN:Not supported

    Multimedia Telecommunication
    Analog TV:Not supported
    Analog Radio:Not supported

    Built-in Digital Camera
    Main Camera:CMOS sensor, 1.9MP
    Built-in Flash:Mobile light (LED)

    Power Supply
    Battery:Lithium-ion , removable
    Battery Capacity:1170 mAh
    :gasp:

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  2. adamb78

    adamb78 New Member

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    Memory

    My Q9h (European Version) Memory Manager shows 150 Megs Device Storage and 64 Megs RAM. Is that what it should show?
  3. ppcmd

    ppcmd New Member

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    Most likely. The 150MB of storage is after the OS and other stuff are put in. The 64MB of RAM is what would be left after the OS and other stuff boots up. So you are in the ballpark. Considering the original Q was 64x64 and we only had 40ish in the storage and about 32ish in the RAM. So we are doing better.
  4. troutseth

    troutseth Guest

    Mods . . . this conversation is cross posted (and confusing me which is easy) . . can we merge.

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