Motorola Q9c gets Verizon business customers on track

Verizon Wireless adds the Motorola Q9c to its lineup of smartphones at CTIA 2008.

Motorola Q9c for Verizon
Motorola Q9c for Verizon Motorola

Verizon Wireless opened the floodgates today, introducing a number of additions to its cell phone and smartphone lineup, including the Motorola Q9c shown here.

Unlike the multimedia-centric Motorola Q9m, the Q9c goes after the road warriors with its integrated GPS and VZ Navigator support. In addition, it offers Windows Mobile 6 Standard Edition with the Documents to Go suite, Bluetooth 2.0, a 1.3-megapixel camera, and 128MB Flash memory.

Being a more business-centric device, Verizon will not offer the more flashy lime-green version, which was announced for U.S. Cellular and Alltel. The Motorola Q9c for Verizon will be available in April for $249.99 with a two-year contract and after rebates.

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