Motorola MT716 combines the CLIQ's keyboard & the design of the DROID

Motorola MT716 combines the CLIQ's keyboard & the design of the DROID
In trying to differentiate itself from the vast existing stable of devices already in Motorola's lineup, China will soon see an Android powered device that quickly looks as if it combines the design of two existing Motorola handsets. Quickly looking at it, the Motorola MT716 which is headed for China Mobile distinctively employs the design of the DROID with the combination of the CLIQ's physical keyboard. Sure it's definitely something different, but customers will very well appreciate this decently stacked smartphone.

The Motorola MT716 features  a 480 x 854 LCD display, 8-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash, 720p video capture, 600MHz TI OMAP3430 processor, Bluetooth 2.1, aGPS, front-facing camera, WAPI connectivity, and a TD-SCDMA radio. Still, we'd imagine that customers would probably side with the design of the DROID over the CLIQ, but when it comes down to keyboards, some might find the CLIQ's design to be a bit more manageable – hence the MT716

source: Motorola



1. deg unregistered

My dad has the cliq and I dont really like the small keyboard though the keys are good to press but could b spaced more

2. zerglisk

Posts: 544; Member since: Feb 09, 2010

All these nice features packed with only a 600 MHz CPU.... Is this also a 3.7 incher?

3. ozthebozz unregistered

I dont understand why there is an english qwerty and chinese software.

4. DroidudeAZ unregistered

I wish my Droid 2 had this keyboard!!!! Sick.

5. jhoravi unregistered

GAMERS will rejoice about this keyboard! Moto should have standardized this layout to all droids

6. Mark Smith unregistered

Motorola MOTO MT716 is a awesome cell phone with 8 Mpixel Camera slider phone . Motorola MOTO MT716 phone operates at frequencies of GSM 900/1800/1900 Mhz/TD-SCDMA 2010/2025 :-

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