When WMExperts first broke the story on this mysterious upcoming Q back in March we guessed they'd call it the Q10. We suppose a 6 month delay is worth adding another digit to the end of it: witness the Q11. It's nice to see a real device instead of a cap grabbed from a promotional video.

So now we know that Q11 bit at the Bluetooth SIG site was for real. Mobility Today grabbed some shots:

  • Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard (non-touch screen)
  • Bluetooth, WiFi
  • GSM Radio
  • GPS
  • 3 megapixel camera with flash

We're also looking at a pretty chinsy-looking main button board, a screen that doesn't look any better than 320x240, and fewer buttons than I have on my Q9h. Heck, it doesn't even look significantly thinner. Motorola: the added WiFi is nice, but unless you've got another surprise hidden in here, we're wondering why you bothered. Wouldn't it be better to push out the Atilla and the Alexander, and then move on to pushing out a WM device that's actually competitive with what HTC is putting out?

One last Q bit: we got a chance to speak with Motorola late last week about the Pinstripe Silver Q9h and it turns out there's a big surprise in that dapper package -- stay tuned for more on that tomorrow!