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Smart Phone Moto Q

The Motorola Q has lost some of the luster it had at its introduction last year, but it's still a good choice for a smart phone.

Since the Motorola Q was released, some smaller WM handsets like the T-Mobile Dash and the Samsung Blackjack have hit the market. But the Q still looks good nearly a year after its introduction, and, with its slim 0.5-inch design, remains among the thinnest smart phones available. The 4.1-ounce Amp'd Q continues the tradition and also comes with Motorola's new, rubberized housing. It's essentially the same model as the black Verizon Motorola Q, complete with blue backlit keys, but with a charcoal-gray case instead.

Amp'd's new Adobe Flash Lite interface looks nicer than what you get on standard-issue Windows Mobile 5.0 smart phones. The Start menu layout and applications are left untouched, aside from a coat of new background wallpaper. But the home screen, menu backgrounds, and Amp'd section are all glossed over with a colorful sheen and animated buttons. The new interface isn't a revolution either, but it's an improvement just the same.

Since we're talking about an Amp'd Mobile handset here, it's no surprise that the real star of the show is the phone's content. The Amp'd TV channel lineup is pretty impressive, with multiple selections for news, sports, entertainment, and so on. There are four main entertainment packages you can purchase: Amp'd Overload, Amp'd Overdose, Amp'd TV, and Amp'd Radio. Prices range from $10 to $20 per month and can include over 40 live TV channels and 10 streamed radio channels.

Unfortunately, video quality isn't up to snuff. The main window is only about half the width and height of the Q's screen. Left at its default size, it looks like an animated GIF thumbnail rather than real television. There is an option to blow it up to full-screen size, which you have to do in order to watch TV at a comfortable distance from the phoneBusiness Management Articles, though you end up with a disappointing amount of pixilation this way. Find that phone at phoneandbeyond.com

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