Editors' Take: The Motorola Q, Amp'd Edition brings a fresh look and content to the Windows Mobile smart phone that will appeal to the provider's younger audience.
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Motorola Q, Amp'd Edition The Motorola Q, Amp'd Edition keeps many of the features found on the Sprint and Verizon models, but has an enhanced Flash interface that gives the device a fresh and more hip look and feel that will appeal to the provider's younger audience. In addition, you get access to Amp'd entertainment content. The Windows Mobile 5 smart phone also sports the newer black casing, supports Bluetooth stereo headsets, and comes with a 256MB miniSD card in the box. The Moto Q, Amp'd Edition is available now for $199. For more information, please read our review of the Motorola Q .