Review: Motorola Cliq 2
The Cliq 2 comes with the basic Android browser pre-loaded. If this is all you ever use, you'll probably be happy. It is a fine browser, and does a great job of rendering HTML and mobile web sites. The Cliq 2 ships with Adobe's Flash Player Mobile on board. With Flash, the Cliq 2's browser is improved with added content compatibility.
Motorola's Blur offers a wide palette for changing the basic appearance and behavior of the Cliq 2. First, the re-sizable widgets are great for really packing content into the home screens. The addition of three sets of home screen schemes via the Home, Work and Weekend profiles opens the door to customization even further.
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The Cliq 2 also comes with T-Mobile's App Pack. The App Pack is a series of recommended applications in the Android Market that have been compiled by T-Mobile. These app recommendations will change over time.
Hands-On: Motorola Cliq 2
The Cliq 2 follows the path set by the Cliq and the Cliq XT. It's a sideways slider with a 3.7-inch touch screen and a unique hexagonal keyboard design.
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