T-Mobile, in association with Motorola, continues to bring innovation and technological prowess to a — at many times saturated — cell phone market. Motorola has been at the forefront of innovative technology and the launch of the Motorola Cliq, is no exception. It offers a customization of the Android operating system and packs a whole range of functionalities which make it a very practical, easy to use, robust yet sophisticated and classy device. Motorola’s Motoblur user interface, which synchronizes social media, contacts and email, has undoubtedly revolutionized the social media sites usage of mobile phones.
The design of the Motorola CLIQ is not overly complex, but brings with the turf a wide range of hardware options, not previously available to Android users. It has a full QWERTY keyboard with maximum finger “padding”; the new layout does not cramp the fingers as much as some other machines and is fully ergonomic. An improved slider mechanism gives the phone a solid lock-in. Its technical specs are as follows: 4.5 inches tall by 2.3 inches wide by 0.6 inches thick and it is light enough to fit in your pocket.
At around 3.2 inches, the touch screen has a high resolution (480x320 pixels) and offers an outstanding 262,000-color support. The home screens are customizable: you can add shortcuts, manage files, receive feeds, and do a whole bunch of stuff, which would not be possible on a regular phone. The brightness, font size of the text, and backlight are all adjustable. The phone comes equipped with a proximity sensor/accelerometer which change the orientation of the display if the slider is opened or if the phone is rotated. The touch interface is “capacitative” and due to the haptic feedback loop, the response time is very quick, which makes the phone operate even faster. And we all know, time is money, so we appreciate some of the blazing speeds.On the phone’s exterior, you will find a volume adjuster, USB port, and ring silencer switch, a camera shutter, power switch on/off, and a handset locking key, which activates the menu for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS. The phone comes packaged with an AC adapter, 2GB microSD card and a USB cable. The phone book on this Android has room for 8 phone numbers per entry, and four email addresses, instant messaging logins/handles, birthday, notes etc. Callers and contacts can be sorted, rearranged, and identified in several ways: by groups, using pictures or assigning them one of the 55 polyphonic ringtones available. A SIM card can increase the number of contacts available by 250, and the Cliq supports T-Mobile’s Myfaves for your lucky (or unlucky!) 5.
In addition to some of the advanced features mentioned above, the phone has the usual features which we’ve come to take for granted on every phone: multimedia and text messaging, calculator, alarm clock, vibrate mode and some time management apps such as a world clock and file manager, Google voice, Bluetooth, dialing by voice etc.
The Cliq allows you to add POP3 services like Yahoo, Hotmail, and Windows Live and synchronize with Outlook corporate accounts and the. You can download the Android market apps and games on this machine. Video is available through Youtube and the impressive 5 megapixel camera allows you to take pictures in three resolutions. The image editing service options are also extensive: auto focus, seven color effects, zoom, and several balance settings. The picture quality is very impressive, as the photos are clear, sharp, and crisp. Web browsing is fast and provides an enhanced user experience.
This Android is definitely worth its price and we recommend it! Get yours today—Cellhub.com has a great deal on smart phones.