Like RIM's Blackberry, the Moto Q features thumb-wheel navigation but Motorola claimed it was “50 per cent thinner than its top competitors” despite building in additional features including a 1.3 mega-pixel camera and flash.
The Moto Q is also one of the first devices to use the latest version of Microsoft's Windows Mobile software - a move that ensures it will hook up easily to corporate email systems built around Microsoft's Exchange 2003 and Outlook email software.
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