Motorola Q Global lands at AT&T

AT&T picks up the Motorola Q Global smartphone, which ships with Windows Mobile 6.1.

Motorola Q Global
Motorola Q Global Motorola

A new Moto smartphone joined the Motorola Q9h in AT&T's lineup on Thursday. The Motorola Q Global is largely like the Q9h except it ships with Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard Edition and comes with a pinstripe design and metallic silver casing.

We're glad that some things remain the same as the smartphone continues to offer HSDPA support, integrated GPS, and Bluetooth. In addition, rather than the standard Microsoft Office Mobile Suite, the Q Global comes preloaded with the DataViz Documents to Go Suite and Opera Web browser.

Other highlights include support for Good Mobile Messaging and BlackBerry Connect; threaded text messaging, Moto's CrystalTalk technology for clearer calls; and a 2-megapixel camera. The Motorola Q Global is available now for $149.99 with a two-year contract.

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