Last week Motorola announced the newest member of their highly popular Q family. The Motorola Q11 is true to its nature with slim silhouette and Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard OS.
Motorola Q 11 comes with quad-band GSM support, making it capable of global roaming. It’s landscape display measures 2.4 inches and sports QVGA resolution. The full-QWERTY handset has 64MB of RAM and a Freescale ARM 7 LTE CPU.
Some of its more exiting features are Wi-Fi, GPS (with A-GPS support) and a 3 megapixel fixed focus camera. USB v1.1 and Bluetooth v2.1 are also on board and so is a microSD card slot for expanding the built-in memory. The lack of UMTS support however will force users to use EDGE for on-the-go wireless data.
Motorola Q 11 measures the pretty slim 117x64x11.7 mm, totaling a volume of 85cc. Its weight is the passable 115g. Motorola Q 11 is expected to be available in December 2008 but there is no information regarding its pricing yet.