Motorola and T-Mobile Deliver the Cliq 2
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Jan 5, 2011, 7:36 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Motorola and T-Mobile today announced the Cliq 2, a follow up device to the original Cliq. As with the original, the Cliq 2 is a sideways slider offering a 3.7-inch touch display and full QWERTY keyboard for typing. The Cliq 2 will run Android 2.2 at launch, and supports T-Mobile's 3G/4G networks, Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth. It will have the ability to make calls via Wi-Fi when properly configured, and also supports Wi-Fi hotspot/sharing. Other features include DLNA sharing, a 1GHz processor, 5 megapixel camera with dual LED flash and video capture at 30 frames per second. T-Mobile USA customers will be able to purchase the Motorola Cliq 2 starting January 19.
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oh boy another cliq
And I see that like cliq one launching with an outdated OS with blur, Cliq 2 will launch with an outdated OS with blur. 2.3 is already out, but this will launch with 2.2 and blurred up so if 2.3 comes it will be a long time coming.
And look, it will have blur on it again. I thought one laggy, bug ridden blur phone was enough but wow, blur again.
No thanks, I am blur free now and never again will I buy a phone with an outdated OS with crap on top/integrated into it that makes the upgrade path slow and difficult.
Where are you? I miss you. I am lonely, and there is so much android around me. How can you expect me to stay faithful. You can't even provide me with a decent phone on T-mobile service with a keyboard and functioning camera. The Dell Venue Pro is nice, but the funky upward slide isn't for me. Don't push me to android.
Where are you? I miss you. I am lonely, and there is so much android around me. How can you expect me to stay faithful. You can't even provide me with a decent phone on T-mobile service with a k