One of our ninjas just dropped some tantalizing and blurry details for us to feast on.
If you have a CLIQ, it's probably a good idea to hold off on any updates, as a multitude of issues have cropped up. And most importantly, a T-Mobile forum mod recommends you "not to Master Reset your phone if your OTA update did not download or if you are experiencing issues at this time." [T-Mobile forums via Android…
A Power Point marketing slide, purportedly showing a number of T-Mobile phones with March release dates, has leaked to the web. Notables include the HTC HD2 (3/24), Moto Cliq XT (3/10). and the Nokia Nuron (3/17).
For the first time ever, every major carrier in the US actually has smartphones worth buying, meaning you don't have to break up to get a good phone. Here's the best phones on each one, along with the best deals.
When a once leading—now last place —smartphone maker dumps Windows Mobile and goes Android, it's an all or nothing decision. Who knew that this could save the company?
You will be able to buy the Motorola Cliq, their social networking-focused version of an Android phone, on November 2 for $200. If you pre-order the device from Oct. 19 to Nov. 1, you'll be guaranteed to receive it first.
Boy Genius Report has a source claiming Motorola's Android savior, the Cliq, will be coming to T-Mobile in mid-October. Interestingly, the only pictorial proof he has is a roadmap slide showing a November release.
Everyone's been waiting for the Cliq, Motorola's desperate-but-anticipated dive into Androidery, and we were ready to be excited about it. Problem is, you wouldn't have known from the launch, which was somewhat mishandled.
We saw the Cliq this morning but we just got a chance to really play around with Motorola's Android-based, social-networking-focused smartphone, and we have to say, we're pretty impressed. Read on for our impressions.
I got a brief chance to handle the Motorola Cliq Android phone—no pictures yet, unfortunately—and came away pleasantly surprised. The phone itself is about as tall as an iPhone, but it's definitely thinner than most QWERTY sliders.