Motorola is intent on offering the CLIQ to other wireless carriers other than T-Mobile

Motorola is intent on offering the CLIQ to other wireless carriers other than T-Mobile
Sleeping giants are bound to wake up eventually and cause some stir to their surroundings. Will this look to be the year of Motorola's return to the pinnacle of wonder in the mobile world? From the looks of it so far, T-Mobile will be the first stop to Motorola's push with the Android powered CLIQ. It may also be Android's year with many manufacturers putting out devices relatively soon – some utilizing slick personalization. Motorola's CEO, Sanjay Jha, announced recently that the company is “in talks with all large operators in the US” about getting their Android powered handset to them. It's certain that Verizon will be the next stop for them with the Sholes finally giving Big Red a new addition to the the much deprived Android lineup. From there on, we're hopeful that AT&T and Sprint getting the same grace some time down the road. It could definitely turn out to be the year of Hello Moto once again if everything falls into place.

Motorola CLIQ Preliminary Specifications
Motorola Sholes Preliminary Specifications

source: Wall Street Journal via Engadgetmobile

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