Review: Motorola CLIQ
Images I captured with the CLIQ were hands-down the best images I've managed to get out of an Android phone. Clarity was good, focus was sharp, and white balance and color were well represented. It may not be the fastest camera around, but you're not going to be disappointed with the pictures you get with the CLIQ. Facebook worthy? You betcha. The one issue is taking pictures in darker rooms. Pictures tend to be less sharp, grainier, and who knows what will happen with the white balance. The lack of flash doesn't help.
Video quality was decent, but didn't match that of the camera. Video had more grain, more pixelization, and was a bit stuttery when the CLIQ was panned about. What's really odd is the sound quality. We're talking 1940s era AM radio here. It sounds terrible. Check it out for yourself.
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