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The Motorola Q for Sprint features a new, snazzy charcoal gray color and has a rubberized texture, making it easier to grip and hold.

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Other than the new casing and Sprint branding, the rest of the design elements are the same as Verizon's Moto Q.

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Though the Samsung BlackJack and the T-Mobile Dash have stolen the spotlight, the Moto Q set the trend for thin QWERTY devices.

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The Motorola Q comes with Windows Mobile 5 Smartphone Edition and push e-mail capabilities, so you can work on the go.

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Overall, the Q is easy to navigate but some of the controls are set flush with the phone's surface, so you'll want to make sure to press each button firmly to register the action.

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The ultrathin Q will have no problem slipping into your bag or pants pocket.

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Here are the Sprint and Verizon versions side by side.

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On the right side of the device, there is a scroll wheel and a back button that are very reminiscent of the ones found on BlackBerrys.

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The Moto Q features a sleek, functional QWERTY keyboard. The number keys are highlighted in silver for easier dialing.

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We thought the Samsung BlackJack had a nice keyboard too, but we liked the extra spacing between keys on the Moto Q.

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The Sprint Moto Q still sports a 1.3 megapixel camera with a built-in flash, video recording capabilities, and 6x digital zoom.

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The Moto Q offers about 60MB of user-accessible memory, but for your music and video files, invest in a microSD card.

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