Motorola Cliq 2 Images Surface

Remember back in late Sept when we mentioned that Motorola was cooking up a successor to it’s Moto Cliq, the Begonia?  Well, here you go folks.  The guys over at CellPhoneSignal managed to get exclusive pics of the Motorola Cliq 2, and it certainly looks promising.  The device will sport a full qwerty slide out, 5 MP camera with LED flash, support for Bluetooth 2.1, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, the latest version of the Moto Blur UI and some new widgets.  In addition, there is a possibility that this device will ship with WiFi calling capabilities.  Let me hear all of you previous UMA users say “oh yeah baby!”  And even though WiFi calling is not the same as UMA (no handover to cell site), it’s still an excellent feature to have.  Hit the break for more info and exclusive pics of the Cliq 2, courtesy of CellPhoneSignal.

From the looks of the pic, it appears that the keyboard has a particular and uncommon style to it.  It appears to look like a honeycomb, and lacks any type of spacing between keys.  It’s still unclear as of now whether or not the device will ship with Froyo 2.2 or Gingerbread 2.3, but here’s hoping for the latter.  Furthermore, there is also speculation that this might be an HSPA+ compatible phone.  It looks like the Cliq 2 is slated to be released on January 19th.  Let us know what you think about the device in the comments below.

Pictures courtesy of CellPhoneSignal

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    the device looks great, not absolutely my type but, I like the design, I just hate using phones with physical keyboards.

  • Dr. Fill

    After using the Cliq “1”, I will not touch anything with the word Cliq on it.