The Motorola Q does not get the same rave reviews as it has with its design. It doesn’t have the Mobile Office Suite- meaning there are no applications such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint mobile versions. There is an integrated Picsel Viewer that can be used for viewing files, although it cannot be used for editing them.
The Motorola Q has the Outlook Mobile software allowing full synchronization of messages, contacts, tasks, and calendars. Wireless connections are available such as Bluetooth and infrared, but users may be disappointed with its lack of Wi-Fi. But since the phone is supported by 3G technology, users can still get fast speed on the Motorola Q that can go as high as 700 Kbps for fast downloading of email, data, and files.
The phone also has a duplex speakerphone, smart dialing and modes such as vibrate and flight. The Motorola Q comes with limited address book memory, only capable of holding 12 numbers per entry.
The Motorola Q comes with a 1.3 megapixel camera and an impressive 6x zoom. The camera supports five different resolutions with a maximum of 1280x1024 pixels. There are also tools such as self-timer, flash, white balance and adjustable brightness settings. In the video mode, users can choose from three quality settings with a maximum of 176x144 pixels. The Motorola Q also has a multimedia player that can support all the popular video and audio formats.