We’ve been hearing Motorola is working on the successor to the Cliq smartphone (Begonia?). Heck, yesterday we shared the still unofficial released date (January 19th) and now we have an image to share.
Specs wise, the Cliq 2 will come with a larger screen, HSPA and WiFi (“n” included) connectivity, 5-megapixel camera with LED flash, and other “standard for Android” goodies like GPS, Bluetooth, memory card slot, accelerometer and so on. The keyboard is changed (when compared to the original Cliq) and now looks like an orange spider-web. I’m not sure I like the design, but I guess the Cliq is not made for business folks. In that sense, I’m not sure it will rock a fast 1GHz CPU, though it would be helpful to better sing along Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Speaking of Android, we’ve also no idea whether the Cliq 2 will launch with Froyo or Gingerbread – we do hope for the latter.
CES is around the corner and I’ve no doubts both Motorola and T-Mobile will have something more to say on this. A week never seemed longer…
[Via: AndroidCommunity, CellPhoneSignal]