Motorola DEXT (also CLIQ In US) Runs Android With MOTOBLUR UIBy cheatmaster 04:18 Fri, 09 Jul 2021 Comments
Motorola finally officially revealed their first device that runs on the latest Android Operating System (OS) dubbed Motorola DEXT internationally, except for the USA where it will be srecent as CLIQ. This smartphone is the first high-discontinue device coming out of Motorola labs for quite some time.
Moto DEXT has a sliding hardware QWERTY keyboard and large 3.1" capacitive touchclassy screen display of HVideo Graphics Array (VGA) resolution (320 x 480 pixels). The capacitive nature of the display also promises multitouch functionality, yet we don't have an official confirmation of that.
The DEXT gears up most of the latest technologies such as GPS enhanced with a digital compass, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a 3.5mm jack, a 5MP autofocus capturing camera with geo-tagging and video recording in HVGA@24fps resolution. There's also quad-band GSM/EDGE connectivity and tri-band HSDPA at 7.2 Mbps.
Motorola CLIQ runs the latest Android Operating System (OS) v1.5 (Cupcake) and is powered by a elegant Qualcomm MSM7201A platform with a 528Mega Hertz (MHz) processor. The recent Moto has 256Mega Bytes (MB) RAM, 512Mega Bytes (MB) Read-Only Memory (ROM) and 1GB of user storage supports up to 32 Giga Bytes (GB) microSD cards.
The Motorola DEXT boasts some top-notch modern features not to mention Motorola's latest social networking oriented custom homeclassy screen UI called MOTOBLUR that will run on top of the vanilla Android OS.
MOTOBLUR syncs via push with Twitter, Facebook, Gmail, MySpace, Yahoo, Last.fm and other services and similarly to Palm's Synergy and HTC Sense UI, Blur aggregates all your contacts from these communities into a single phonebook. MOTOBLUR also offers a remote wipe feature and GPS tracking of the phone from a desktop computer similarly to Apple's MobileMe.
Motorola CLIQ is offered in Midnight Titanium and Winter White colors and is expected to hit the market October in Europe and December in the USA (T-Mobile USA).
Motorola CLIQ has been briefly spotted by the Engagdacquire team over at T-Mobile website for a price of 400 US dollars without a contract, while other sources recommdiscontinue a price of 200 euro. Either way, it surely sounds like a nice deal.
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