Motorola QUENCH (CLIQ XT) With MOTOBLUR and 5MP Camera Runs on Android

Written By Sam on 17 February 2010
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After amazing Android handset “CLIQ“, Motorola is set to unleash its successor the “CLIQ XT” or the “Quench” in Euroland. Though Quench does not add anything new apart from the features of “CLIQ”, it is the 8th Android – powered device from Motorola. With impressive and sleek design featuring MOTOBLUR home screen and a virtual QWERTY keypad, CLIQ XT will certainly enthrall all the Motorola lovers.

Motorola CLIQ XT works on Android 1.5 and has a 3.1-inch touch screen display with a resolution of 320 x 480 pixels. CLIQ XT also features 5.0-mega pixel camera with auto focus, voice search and pinch-to-zoom capabilities within the Web browser, support for Adobe Flash Lite, 3G and Wi-Fi accessibility along with aGPS and stereo Bluetooth connectivity. CLIQ XT makes messaging easier with its in-built MOTOBLUR, palm and pocket-friendly design and Swype features. Users can not only instantaneously enjoy, buy and download latest music from the new style media player available in CLIQ XT but also integrate third-party applications like TuneWiki, SoundHound, GoTV, and YouTube. Motorola Quench is expected to be available in the market through T-Mobile USA and some other European carriers in a month or two.

Specifications of Motorola CLIQ XT

  • Works on Android 1.5 OS.
  • 3.1-inch touch screen display with resolution of 320 x 480 pixels.
  • MOTOBLUR features.
  • Improvised call quality with dual-microphone noise cancellation
  • A 1420 mAh battery
  • About six hours of 3G talk time and Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0, assisted GPS.
  • 5-mega pixel camera with auto focus and LED Flash.
  • MicroSD memory card slot.

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