Motorola Q exceeding sales targets

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verizon QAt an invester conference in New York yesterday, Ron Garriques, president of Motorola’s mobile device unit, stated that sales of the Q have exceeded company targets. Although he wouldn’t specify sales figures, Garriques announced that Motorola expects to sell 750,000 Qs in the next 90 days and 5.25 million in the first nine months.

The Q launched June 1 in Verizon Wireless stores and Verizon is selling the device for about 200 USD after a $100 rebate with a two-year service agreement.

  • Mike

    I bought one of these the first week they were available. I returned it a week later… what does that tell you? It sucks. Sluggish, poor battery life, and missing lots of basic features. Nice device squandered by crummy software.

  • Mike

    I bought one of these the first week they were available. I returned it a week later… what does that tell you? It sucks. Sluggish, poor battery life, and missing lots of basic features. Nice device squandered by crummy software.

  • John

    Can anyone tell me what “basic features” are lacking in the Q? I was excited by this device but I’d hate to get it only to slowly uncover its deficiencies.

  • John

    Can anyone tell me what “basic features” are lacking in the Q? I was excited by this device but I’d hate to get it only to slowly uncover its deficiencies.

  • Jerry

    I love my Q. I have used PDAs and phones separately for a long time and am happy with the device.

  • Jerry

    I love my Q. I have used PDAs and phones separately for a long time and am happy with the device.