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Verizon’s Motorola Q9m Nelson

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Verizon’s Motorola Q9m Nelson
BoyGenius team posted first live pictures of the Motorola Q9m, which was earlier rumored as the Motorola Nelson, the CDMA/EV-DO cousin of the HSDPA-capable Motorola Q9h. The Q9m will replace the CDMA version of the Q from Verizon Wireless network and probably from other carriers that offer it (including Sprint PCS) later. BoyGenius reports the Q9m is a little fatter than the Q9h, packs miniSD instead of microSD and miniUSB instead of the microUSB used in RAZR2 phones. Its camera is 1.3-megapixel only but the QWERTY keyboard is as good as the one of the Q9h. Interesting is the personalized homescreen of the Windows Mobile 6 Standard smartphone.

Visit the source for a few more pictures and its hands-on report.

Source: BoyGeniusReport


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