And Here’s the Motorola Cliq!
Here’s the low down on the hardware for those of you who might be into that sort of thing.
- 3.1″ HVGA Touch Screen, 320×480 pixels
- Qualcomm MSM7201A 528 MHz
- 512 MB ROM, 256 RAM
- 114mm x 58mm x 15.6mm
- MOTOBLUR / Android 1.5 (Cupcake)
- MySpace, Photobucket, Picasa, Facebook for photos
- Facebook, MySpace and Twitter Direct Messaging
- Caller’s name, number, status and profile pic as Caller ID
- Side Sliding QWERTY
- Removable 2GB MicroSD card (included); Supports 32GB MicroSD (optional)
- 5 megapixel camera with autofocus
- 1420 mAh lithium polymer (6hr talk time)
- POP3/IMAP embedded, Support for MS Exchange
- Bluetooth 2.0
- WiFi, MicroUSB, GPS
- 3.5mm headphone jack
- Preloaded apps include TeleNav GPS, Amazon Music Store, imeem, Shazam, LastFM, Accuweather, Quickoffice
No word on pricing or release date but it’s slated for a ‘fall’ release.Â We’ll be among the first sites to report on it when it becomes available!Â For now, you can join in the conversation in the official T-Mobile Forums.
We here in the US will know it as ‘CLIQ’ and will be exclusive to T-Mobile USA. Across the pond, it will be known as DEXT and will be available exclusively through Orange (UK and France), Telefonica (Spain), and America Movil (Latin America).
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