CES 2011 Newsmaker: Cliq 2By Arnab Ghosh, Gaea News Network
Thursday, January 6, 2011
LAS VEGAS (GaeaTimes.com)- The CES 2011 has started putting an end to the agonizing wait of the geeks and gadget freaks worldwide! The leading technology companies across the world have assembled at Las Vegas to take part in the tech extravaganza and they are showcasing their latest as well as upcoming products. Motorola the former second largest mobile handset maker is back in the scene and its latest offerings clearly indicate that the company was down for some time but it still has the trumps up its sleeves to race ahead. While the maximum amount of interest is on the much awaited Xoom tablet, two other smart phones of Motorola are also making news at the CES 2011. The 4G capable Droid Bionic is going to be released by Verizon in the USA and T Mobile USA has announced that it will start selling the new Cliq 2 from Motorola.ARTICLE CONTINUED BELOW
The Cliq2 is making news at the CES 2011 owing to its impressive feature set and gorgeous looks. It is similar in shape with its sibling, Droid Bionic and also runs on Android OS. However, it also packs in a slider QWERTY keyboard and offers MotoBlur interface on top of Android. Its feature set is decent enough for even the demanding users.
The Motorola Cliq2 unveiled at CES 2011 has a 1GHz CPU and 1 GB integrated memory. The users can expand the memory up to 32 GB with external cards. The 5 MP camera at its back comes with two LED flash and auto-focus. The 3.7 inch screen has a resolution of 854 x 480. However, there is no news on its cost.
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