Specifications of Motorola U9

RSS Author RSS     Views:N/A
Bookmark and Share          Republish
Firstly, unlike many cell phones that boast MP3 player functionality by way of a supplementary function, the Motorola U9 seems to have turned the tables somewhat in being primarily a feature rich MP3 player that comes with integral cell phone functionality and its notable that Motorola is undoubtedly promoting the Motorola U9 from this angle. The second thing that strikes you is just how similar the Motorola U9 looks style-wise to Creative's Zen Stone MP3 player but perhaps that's just us. Still, if Creative's device has in anyway served as an inspiration it's by no means a bad thing.

Finished in what Motorola refer to as a 'metallic gloss, jewellery finish' the Motorola U9 is a clamshell device boasting a borderless organic light emitting diode 1.45" 65K outer display unit which comes complete with touch sensitive controls that appear as and when required. A further 2.0" QVGA 262 TFT display unit is also included on the interior of the device for use when the phone is flipped open.

The device, which measures in at 90mm x 48.6mm x 16.4mm and weighs 87.5g, comes with 25MB of internal memory which can be further expanded to up to 4GB thanks to an on-board MicroSD card slot and supports all the usual suspects as far as file formats are concerned MP3, AAC, AAC+ and WMA with music transfer provided courtesy of Windows Media Player 11.

However, whilst the Motorola U9 also comes with integral stereo Bluetooth connectivity allowing for the use of wireless headsets and headphones as well as Motorola's CrystalTalk technology which is purported to offer better call clarity as far as cell phone functionality is concerned, the Motorola U9 is a fairly rudimentary Quad-Band GPRS affair offering SMS, MMS, WVIM and EMS 5.0 messaging with a listed talk time of 430 minutes and a standby time of up to 350 hours and an integral camera rated at a fairly mundane 2.0 megapixels. For more details http://www.phoneandbeyond.com

Report this article

Bookmark and Share

Ask a Question about this Article