Verizon finally launches the Q9c

Verizon finally launches the Q9c
Today, Verizon made available the Motorola Q9c through its business channel and verizonwireless.com. It is expected to hit retail stores in the upcoming weeks. The Q9c is a more business-friendly update to the Q9m that ditches the flashy red accents in favor of silver trim and gets rid of the music-centric homescreen. The major difference is that the Q9c is able to use the VZNavigator application for GPS. However, unlike Sprint's Q9c, the GPS is locked down meaning that customers cannot use free alternatives such as Google Maps. New and upgrade eligible customers can snag the device for $149.99 after a $100 online discount and $50 mail in rebate.

Motorola Q9c Specifications

source: Verizon Wireless



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