T-Mobile to launch Motorola CLIQ in mid-October?

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T-Mobile to launch Motorola CLIQ in mid-October?
A leaked road map for T-Mobile is showing that the just announced Motorola CLIQ is headed for a November launch. But according to one of BGR's top tipsters, the diagram is incorrect and the handset will be released in the middle of next month, no ifs ands or buts about it. Designed to allow the user to seamlessly connect to social networking sites, the Android based phone will be also be launched next month in the UK by Orange as we reported yesterday. BGR is also reporting that the actual units are being shipped to T-Mobile stores and warehouses around September 29th which basically confirms the mid-October launch. With the buzz that has surrounded the CLIQ and the MOTOBLUR UI after just a couple of days, did Motorola succeed in getting its foot back in the door?

Motorola CLIQ Specifications

source: BGR

T-Mobile to launch Motorola CLIQ in mid-October?

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3 Comments

1. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

i would way rather get this than the mytouch 3G 1) MOTOBLUR 2)social net. 3) phys. qwerty (which after i got a full touch phone, i noticed that a phys qwerty is easier to txt on for me

2. LGVX1993

Posts: 260; Member since: Jan 27, 2009

If only this wasn't on T-Mobile. There service is bad where i live

3. pathmarkpolice

Posts: 102; Member since: Feb 05, 2009

Kudos and props to motorola on working to get this out as quickly as possible. It's just the right amount of type to hype the device without giving people a chance to lose interest. If the rumors and original information on the T-Mobile website is true about them offering the device for free with a 2 year contract, this is going to be HUGE for Motorola and T-Mobile. "Daddy I want a new phone!" Do the parents shell out $200 with a 2 year contract at ATT (which has more expensive plans to boot) or get this bad boy for free with T-Mobile? Also, just like "behold--me" said, I prefer a physical qwerty keyboard and android is a much more developed and better mobile OS the apple's mobile OSX (and looks like it's getting better everyday). I just hope that the device sticks to the $400 off-contract price point. YAY!

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