Sprint Announces Motorola Q

Sprint and Motorola have officially announced the Moto Q will be available starting later this month from Sprint. The Sprint Moto Q will be available initially through business sales channels and online with retail stores expected to receive shipments in mid-February. Click to enlarge. Consumers and professionals striving to be more organized and productive in the new … [Read more...]

Thank You Q Community

Everything Q would like to thank the many Q owners that have made us the largest Motorola Q community. To celebrate, we're offering 15 percent off any software title in the Everything Q Software Store. Simply use coupon code givethanks at checkout to redeem. Offer valid through December 3rd, 2006. Cannot be combined with other offers. Not valid on Q Store accessories. If you … [Read more...]

Moto Q In Black Available In Canada

Motorola and Bell Mobility have announced the immediate availability of the Moto Q smartphone in black. Click to enlarge. The specifications are no different from the original Motorola Q outside of the black casing. Pricing is $149.95 CA after rebates with a 3-year commitment. No word on whether the black Moto Q will be available on Verizon Wireless. Features of … [Read more...]

Moto Q Pro Norman Photos Surface

Photos of the Motorola Q Pro, codename Moto Q Norman, have surfaced. Click to enlarge. The Motorola Q Pro sports a black finish along with a redesigned "flat" QWERTY keyboard. Specifications on this new Moto Q are still sketchy, but it does appear as if it will make it's debut on Vodafone in Europe. The release on Vodafone will enable the Motorola to penetrate … [Read more...]

Motorola 3Q Profits Drop

Motorola today posted lower-than-expected quarterly revenue and missed some analyst estimates on phone sales. Motorola Chief Executive Ed Zander acknowledged the shortfall in sales, citing less than expected spending on GSM equipment and lower sales of phones designed specifically for the Nextel portion of Sprint Nextel Corp. "While our third-quarter sales were slightly … [Read more...]