Motorola CLIQ review by engadget:
Anonymous, 14 Oct 2009I hate motoblur cause here in the Philippines you need to pay Php 20.00 for an hour of interne... morethen u shud pay for the postpaid, maybe on that statement, u can surf net for hours, and good news if it has flash supported, now u can play flash games..hehe
but if u can afford so...
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and now moto need to this like phone and even beter cpu maybe in moto tao see it
good job moto
im happy to see this phone
i think voice call quality is great like almost all moto phone's
but we are waiting for the good review about moto dext from the trusty site
i want this phone realy
If any one have used this phone, could you give us your opnion regarding voice call quality. The sound clearity and the loudness of the speaker, Thx
I hate motoblur cause here in the Philippines you need to pay Php 20.00 for an hour of internet connection and since this internet connection is always on I have to pay Php 480.00 everyday, so Php 16, 400.00 per month and with that money I can buy already a highend phone... But in the other country's this is very great..
correct me if I am wrong
The DEXT also comes complete with an integrated phonebook, which allows you to follow the status of your contacts as they update their own statuses on MySpace, Facebook or Twitter etc. The whole concept of integrated phonebooks does offer an ideal way of keeping in touch by utilising new web messaging services, but you really do need to keep on top of your contacts list, as the constantly updating information can soon become overwhelming. It may seem like a good idea, to be registered with hundreds of interest groups, but you will soon find yourself cutting that down to the essential few, as there just isn’t the time in the day to keep up with all the incoming data.
The feature set on the DEXT handset is very strong, amongst the best to date from a handset running on Android. Apart from the benefits the MotoBLUR UI brings, the DEXT offers such options as a 5.0 Megapixel camera, with autofocus and Geotagging facility. The Built in GPS receiver is assisted by aGPS, and with the excellent Google Maps there is a whole host of local information available, such as directions to the nearest restaurant, cash machine, petrol station, and so on. Google Maps also brings access to the Street View feature, and the GPS unit can also be used with a whole host of third party apps downloadable from the Android Market
Moto Blur works by using one central server which interacts with Facebook, Twitter, Gmail and so on, and it filters it down to your phone. Any information on your phone is saved on this server. The advantage of this is, you buy a new Dext phone (£35 a month on Orange) and a new simcard, and once you go through the process of setting up your Facebook, Twitter and email accounts on the handset, it imports all of your contacts from all the platforms. You can then go to your contacts list, open up a particular contact and send a message – except that now you get to choose which platform you want to send it on. Is your friend more likely to check his email, or twitter, or Facebook? Of course, if he has a Dext as well, the message will appear on the desktop of his phone irrespective.
Developed by Motorola, MOTOBLUR is an innovative solution that manages and integrates communications – from work e-mail to social networking activity – on your CLIQ. Updates to contacts, posts, messages, photos and more are streamed together and synced from sources including Facebook®, Twitter™, MySpace®, Gmail™, and work and personal e-mail. MOTOBLUR automatically delivers these updates to the home screen in easy-to-view streams so there is no need to open and close different mobile applications to keep up with the latest content. A 3G-capable smartphone featuring a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and a full touch-screen display, the CLIQ is designed to keep the conversation moving, enabling fast messaging on the fly and easy navigation through MOTOBLUR’s streams and widgets.
The CLIQ delivers a reliable mobile Web experience by harnessing the power and speed of T-Mobile’s 3G network and Wi-Fi. Additional CLIQ features include a 3.1-inch HVGA touch-screen display, a 5 megapixel auto focus camera with video capture and playback at 24 frames per second, a 3.5mm headset jack, a music player with pre-loaded Amazon MP3 store application, Shazam, iMeem Mobile, and a pre-installed 2GB microSD memory card with support for up to 32 GB of removable memory.
CLIQ also features multitasking capabilities and one-touch access to the Google™ mobile services millions use every day, including Google Search™ by voice, Google Maps™ with Street View, YouTube™ and Picasa™. Easy access to both personal and corporate e-mail, calendars, and contacts is supported by Exchange Server and Gmail. E-mail and contacts are also supported by Yahoo!, Windows Live Hotmail, and other POP3 and IMAP e-mail services. It also combines instant messaging support for Google Talk™, as well as AOL®, Yahoo! Messenger® and Windows Live Messenger
oh i like capacitive screen at this phone
thx moto , i should to buy one of this phone
very nice design
but u must make another phone like dext with 3.5" screen full touch and without qwerty keybord ? + beter camera and cpu
i wish best to u moto
Now everything is where you want it – in one place, on tap. Your friends, pics, emails, messages, and Facebook™, MySpace and Twitter happenings. Motorola CLIQ is the first phone to come with MOTOBLUR, the only service that can sync them all, with continuous updates and back ups. There are no logins or apps to open, and your data's always safe. Talk about socialized.
hi.. Friends this is motorolas best phone in this range wher display clearity is awesome... Looks stylish 32gb expandable wher other brand it doesnt have....