Motorola’s Android event took place yesterday, and like we reported earlier the phone maker unveiled CLIQ, an Android-powered smartphone with MOTOBLUR UI, 5-megapixel camera, WiFi, and full sliding QWERTY keyboard. We’re not really fond of this phone’s design, but it’s nice and it’s coming to T-Mobile (no AT&T), and it might be availalbe for free. T-Mobile is already listing the smartphone in two versions, and although the pricing is now gone, we think that it will be available for free.
Earlier we spotted the Motorola Cliq in Winter White and Midnight Titanium at T-Mobile’s online store and the Android Motoblur smartphone was available for free with a two-year contract, and $399.99 for the unsubsidized version. However the pricing is now gone all we (and T-Mobile) can say about the Cliq is that it’s coming soon. What can we think about that? Let’s see what happens in the following hours.
Meanwhile if you don’t know Motorola Cliq’s specs, here they are:
- Size: 4.5 x 2.3 x 0.61-inch, 4.9 ounces.
- 5-megapixel camera with video recording capabilities.
- Android OS with Android Market and Motoblur UI.
- Instant messaging: Yahoo!, Windows Live, AIM.
- 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth, real web browsing.
- Built-in GPS.
- microSD memory card slot.
- Voice dialing, speakerphone, calendar, calculator, address book.
- Full sliding QWERTY keyboard.
- 1420 mAh battery which provides 6 hours of talk time, and 13 days in standby mode.
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