The Good Housekeeping Research Institute study engineers and a consumer panel compared 11 new QWERTY phones under $300 (suggested retail price with a two-year service) along with the iPhone ($400 suggested retail) and evaluated the phones for simplicity of text-messaging, text delivery speed, battery life, as well as ease of placing calls and voice quality. The Moto Q 9h came in second for ease of texting, beating Apple’s iPhone.
The Moto Q 9h’s screen drew rave reviews for being large and easy to read. Not suprisingly, the phone also earned top marks on voice quality during calls. Some testers complained that the Moto Q’s bulky width made holding it to the ear less comfortable.
Source: The Salt Lake Tribune