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Is the Motorola Motus a CLIQ variant for AT&T?

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Is the Motorola Motus a CLIQ variant for AT&T?
It was just yesterday when we showed you the blurry photo of the Motorola Motus. Now it's a day later and thanks to BGR, we have some specs on the device that seem to make the Motus nothing more-or less-than a CLIQ variant for AT&T. Both have a 3.1 inch touchscreen with resolution of 480 X 320 pixels, 5MP camera with AF, Wi-Fi and 256MB RAM for starters. Both will integrate the users social networks with MOTOBLUR and the two rock with the same Qualcomm processor running at 528MHz. One big difference is the form factor. While the CLIQ is a slider with a landscape QWERTY keyboard, the Motus is actually a unique type of flip phone, and there are some differences between the QWERTY keyboards as well. As we said, the radio supports AT&T's 3G network. The Motorola road map we passed along to you suggests a first quarter release for the phone. Pricing is still unknown.

source: BGR

Is the Motorola Motus a CLIQ variant for AT&T?


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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:44

1. E-Z DUZ-IT (Posts: 36; Member since: 17 Mar 2009)


T-Mobile, you wanna make $$$$ and grow. AT&T, you want more customers and more network instantly. Can either one of you say merger, or buy out. Just saying. You know, think about it. Att and t-mobile bigger ,better than verizon. Surf and talk nation wide. I can dream, can't I.

posted on 21 Nov 2009, 21:45

2. hmcougar09 (Posts: 137; Member since: 25 Jan 2009)


Nothing can be bigger and better than Verizon right now, so dream on.

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