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Motorola CLIQ 2 Review

Motorola CLIQ 2 Review

First announced back in late 2009, the Motorola CLIQ was not only the company's first attempt at an affordable Android QWERTY phone but the debut for MOTOBLUR. It's taken over a year for the true successor to emerge, the Motorola CLIQ 2, and Android, MOTOBLUR and the smartphone segment in general have undergone some significant changes in the meantime. Has Motorola done enough with the CLIQ 2 to stay competitive? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab Launching in Four Versions for Major Wireless Carriers

Samsung Galaxy Tab Launching in Four Versions for Major Wireless Carriers

We've already heard in the past that the Samsung Galaxy Tab, the Android-based tablet that's already seen quite the loving overseas in press events, is heading to the United States thanks to the wireless carriers in these parts. But, it's just been confirmed by Samsung that that is certainly the case. The tablet device will be launching in the coming weeks under the four major wireless carrier flags: Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint.

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T-Mobile HSPA+ HTC Vanguard due September? Carrier 2010 roadmap leaks

T-Mobile HSPA+ HTC Vanguard due September? Carrier 2010 roadmap leaks

T-Mobile USA are ramping up for an interesting second half of 2010, with official confirmation that an HSPA+ capable HTC-made Android smartphone will debut in September.  Interestingly, a leaked T-Mobile roadmap spotted yesterday tips the HTC Vanguard as due that month, though neither carrier nor manufacturer are spilling any details on the smartphone's specs or name.  What we do know is that it's likely to see roughly 10 Mbit/s download speeds, and will be followed by another HSPA+ capable handset in Q4 2010.

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Motorola Backflip official; CLIQ getting Android 2.1; DROID getting Flash 10.1

Motorola Backflip official; CLIQ getting Android 2.1; DROID getting Flash 10.1

SlashGear is at Motorola's press conference at CES 2010 today, and the company has just announced the Motorola Backflip.  While they're not mentioning carrier partnerships today, it's worth noting that the Backflip image shown now is the same as AT&T showed earlier today.  Meanwhile Moto also confirmed that the CLIQ (aka the Motorola DEXT) will be upgraded from Android 1.5 to 2.1, and that Adobe Flash 10.1 will be pushed out to the DROID in future releases.

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Acer Liquid A1 hits FCC with AT&T 3G support

Acer Liquid A1 hits FCC with AT&T 3G support

Only the other day we were watching the Acer Liquid A1 - the company's first Android smartphone - being joyously unboxed in a couple of videos, and now there's talk of the handset landing on AT&T at some point.  The Liquid A1 has been spotted running through the FCC's gauntlet of wireless testing fire, complete with support for the 850 and 1900 bands.  They just so happen to be the 3G frequencies AT&T use in the US.

Now there's no official word from either Acer or AT&T, and of course the FCC has no say in the matter either, so we're just speculating about the Acer Liquid's eventual carrier destination.  However AT&T are yet to release an Android device, and with their rivals in the US beginning to gather momentum with the platform we wouldn't be surprised to find that they were shopping around.

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HTC HD2 officially confirmed for US in early 2010 on “major carrier”

HTC HD2 officially confirmed for US in early 2010 on “major carrier”

No great surprise here - after all, HTC CEO Peter Chou already exclusively confirmed it to us back in October - but HTC have officially announced that the HTC HD2 Windows Phone will be headed to the US in early 2010.  According to a new press release today, the HD2 "will be available with a major carrier in the US in early 2010"; previous leaks have suggested T-Mobile will be the lucky network to offer the smartphone.

Motorola CLIQ and MOTOBLUR review

Motorola CLIQ and MOTOBLUR review

As Motorola have found over the past couple of years, it's taking an increasing amount to get geeks and gadget lovers to stand up and pay attention to a new cellphone. Right now, one sure-fire way of doing that is by launching an Android device, and so that's what the ailing mobile giant has done in the shape of the Motorola CLIQ (aka the DEXT outside of the US). Not only does the CLIQ promise to make a splash among Android handsets, it also marks the debut of Motorola's attempt to corral social networking into a mobile device. In our review we'll not only be looking at the CLIQ hardware, as Motorola's first-generation Android smartphone, but at MOTOBLUR and its potential beyond the CLIQ. Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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T-Mobile Motorola CLIQ preorders taken from October 19th

T-Mobile Motorola CLIQ preorders taken from October 19th

Back when people were desperate to get their hands on the first Android phone, the T-Mobile G1, a pre-order event seemed a reasonable way to stoke the hype.  Now that we're a few models down the line, T-Mobile USA's pre-announcement for a pre-order of the Motorola CLIQ smacks vaguely of desperation.  As of October 19th, existing customers of the carrier will be able to order a CLIQ for $199.99 with a new two-year agreement, though they won't actually get their new phone until November 2nd when it goes on sale generally.

Nokia Maemo 5 Apparently Perfectly Acceptable For Carrier Customizations

Nokia Maemo 5 Apparently Perfectly Acceptable For Carrier Customizations

It's only been a day since we reported that Nokia was planning on keeping carrier branding as far away from the N900 and Maemo-enabled devices as possible, but it looks like all of that just changed. In a big way. And now, it seems that Nokia is taking a stand in the other direction, leaving us to wonder what the deal really is. Was our excitement misplaced? Or is Nokia just trying to calm the waters, before any real announcements regarding the upcoming N900's release on carriers is released?

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Zer01 Mobile details emerge: multiple carrier agreements

Zer01 Mobile details emerge: multiple carrier agreements

Further details of Zer01 Mobile's VoIP service have emerged, suggesting that the carrier will not only use AT&T's network, as first reported, but has interconnect agreements with several US carriers.  The $69.99 monthly fee gets unlimited calling in the US and unlimited data; a further $10 per month adds unlimited international calls to 40 destinations.

 

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