Sans fanfare or any sort of press release, the Q11 has made a low-key debut on the Motorola site.
As I said when live shots of the handset leaked a few weeks back, the Q11 doesn’t seem to be a step in the right direction on the visual front. Even in the promo shots, the D-pad and the beveled buttons which surround it look rather cheap.
Fortunately, the price tag should fit the looks – according to the product page, the Q11 will be set at an “affordable price” when it hits the racks come December. Though they’ve added WiFi (b/g), a megapixel to the camera, and a few other little perks to the package, the Q11 still lacks 3G. With just about every other business-minded phone coming to the market with 3G support, the price better be mighty affordable.
Full specs after the jump.
- Quad-band GRPS/EDGE
- Standalone and assisted GPS
- 3 megapixel camera with LED flash (Fixed focus)
- 128 MB Flash memory, 64 MB RAM
- microSD support
- 1170 mAH battery
- 450 minutes talk time, 195 hours standby
- 2.4″ 320×240 display
- 117x64x11.7 mm, 115g