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Motorola MOTO Q 11

 Motorola MOTO Q 11 Discontinued
8th October 2008

The Motorola MOTO Q series is in danger of turning into Motorola's next RAZR. Over the past few years, we have seen several variations on the same design with no real leap forward in ideas.

So, this is the Motorola MOTO Q 11. It's a Windows Mobile 6.1 smartphone with WiFi, a QVGA display and 3 megapixel fixed-focus camera, GPS, plus a full QWERTY keyboard. It's relatively lightweight at 115 grams, but there's not a lot going for it other than that.

It's a quad-band GSM device, but the Motorola MOTO Q 11 lacks 3G support. This either means that it's for the North American or Chinese market, or possibly that Motorola have forgotten how to add 3G support to a mobile phone.

Due to enormous bad timing, the MOTO Q11 was announced on the same day as the much more sexy BlackBerry Storm. So, the Q 11 really looks a bit dull in comparison.. except that the Q 11 does have WiFi, something missing from the BlackBerry. Motorola have bundled the Q 11 with something called Boingo Mobile to help find wireless hotspots.

Talktime is a useful 7.5 hours with up to 8 days standby time. Overall, the Motorola MOTO Q 11 measures 117 x 64 x 12mm, so it is slightly smaller than previous MOTO Q series phones.

The Motorola MOTO Q 11 is hardly going to set the world alight, but it looks like a good choice if you want a device like this and are not bothered about 3G support. The rumour is that the Q 11 will be out in December, although we don't have any more details on regional availability or cost.

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Motorola MOTO Q 11 at a glance


Q4 2008


GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900




240 x 320 pixels, 262k colours


3 megapixels


Messaging device
117 x 64 x 12mm / 115 grams



Memory card:









Yes (A-GPS)

Battery life:

7.5 hours talk / 8 days standby


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