Motorola MOTO U9 Reviews
Product Type: Motorola mobile phones
Description:Model ID SE4592AP5B1 / Motorola MOTO U9 - Cellular phone with digital camera / digital player - GSM - graphite grey / From the moment you see its graceful design, you are drawn to it. But beneath its quiet, confident exterior lies much more, starting with a dedicated music player ... more
Motorola MOTO U9 ... that allows you to easily manage your music through Windows Media Player. The MOTO U9 is more than a mobile device. It's beautiful, smart and talented.
The thin, lightweight and organically shaped MOTO U9 beckons you to touch it. Small and curvaceous, it fits perfectly into your palm or pocket. The seamless quality construction conceals an abundance of features in a phone that makes a statement of style.
Fall in love with the metallic gloss, jewelry finish. Watch the MOTO U9 come to life as it displays a colorful variety of animated screensavers, each created to reflect your unique personality. In the mood for music? Watch touch sensitive music controls appear from nowhere, along with the name of the song and artist you are enjoying. Pure Magic.
Listening Freedom - your choice, with the crisp-sounding built-in speaker, stereo Bluetooth wireless technology, or the optional stereo wired earphones. MOTO U9's top of the line music player supports multiple digital music formats. Manage your tunes on your Windows PC with Windows Media Player, and enjoy fast downloads with USB 2.07. The dedicated music key and the optional 4 GB microSD memory card now keep up to approximately 1,000 songs at your fingertips.
The MOTO U9 starts with an unmistakable shape, ultra sleek finish and show-stopping surprises. Witness its transformation into an MP3 player at the touch of a button. It flawlessly integrates music and mobility with fascinating design and rich functionality that few devices can match.
Newest Review: ... second thing I like about this phone. It is a flip-up. Being a bit of a Star Trek geek I will not settle for anything less ... more
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Customer Motorola MOTO U9 Reviews (13)
by - written on 03/09/10 (Very useful, 146 readings)
Let me start by saying, as with my laptop review, that I am not a technical person, so this will not be a very technical review. It will be a review for people who want the ordinary persons opinion of a phone. If you want to know very technical things please read another review or ask a sales person in a shop. So here goes: Phone's Appearance. This is the main reason I chose this phone. I have the pink version, it comes in several different colours including black and purple. It has cute rounded edges, is comfortable to hold up to your ear, is very slim at 1cm in width, and has a lovely shiny front. There have been reports of this shiny front scratching ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/09, updated on 26/05/09 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I have got this phone in early 2008 with the cheapest Vodafone contract (plus major cashback from Cashbackkings, already received). I wanted to have a contract phone, as I get fed up with simultaneously running out of money and battery power just when I need to make this once call. I totally under-use it, as on average I probably would spend more than a fiver per calls a month on Pre-Paid, and this is costing me £15 (but the phone came free with the contract, so overall works out as bit less of a loss on subscription - or a very expensive phone indeed). I don't really remember why I chose this one from the limited selection that came free with the cheapest ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/06/09 (Very useful, 24 readings)
Whilst I am sure many people have written a technical review of this phone, I really wanted to let you all know about my personal experience with it. I bought the phone in purple when it first came out, it retailed then at approximately £115 pounds. I then put my o2 contract simcard in and away I went. The phone performed perfectly for the first few months, like many electrical products it had a guarentee for one year, after this year things started to go and continue to go annoyingly wrong! Firstly, if i call someone and the line is engaged, the beep that you usually hear when this happens does not end when I have hung up the phone. The incessant ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/09 (Very useful, 64 readings)
I first got this phone after my old mobile finally died. I used my o2 PAYG upgrade option to get money aff, I believe it was around £100 as new, which was over two years ago. So first of all, on appearance the phone is a kind of jazzed-up version of the Motorola PEBL range, but with much needed features such as mp3 player, upgraded WAP and the like. The first thing you'll notice is the dual screen when the phone is closed. As a clam-shell design, this phone works well. The outside screen is touch sensitive and this is both a blessing and a pain when it comes to using the mp3 player. When you enter the mp3 player and choose a track, you can then ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/01/09 (Very useful, 76 readings)
I'll be honest and start by saying i've only had my U9 for a week and i'll also admit that I bought it despite reading many damning reviews online about it. I could bore you with the techy stuff and number crunching but instead i'll give a simple review from a user to a potential user of this phone. The U9 is a sleek clam shell design available in black, purple or pink. The front of the clam is dual purpose as it is also a secondary 'screen' allowing you to read text messages, see missed calls, the clock and of course it comes into it's own should you use your phone as a music player. My initial impression of the phone was positive, maybe I'm ... Read the complete review
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