Motorola Cliq announced with Motoblur Interface

By on September 10, 2009
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Motorola just announced their first Android based handset called the Motorola Cliq. Like HTC and their SenseUI, Motorola has developed a custom user-interface for their Android handsets called Motoblur with a heavy focus on social networking. A bit like Palm’s WebOS, Motoblur will synchronize all your social networking contacts with your phonebook contacts. Updates to [...]

Motorola just announced their first Android based handset called the Motorola Cliq. Like HTC and their SenseUI, Motorola has developed a custom user-interface for their Android handsets called Motoblur with a heavy focus on social networking. A bit like Palm’s WebOS, Motoblur will synchronize all your social networking contacts with your phonebook contacts. 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.

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The device itself features a 528MHz CPU, 3.1″ HVGA multi 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.


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