With HTC’s Android-based hands finding their way onto the Internet before any official announcements, it’s time for Motorola’s turn. This time around, it’s the formerly known Begonia device. Better known now, though, as the Motorola Cliq 2. As anyone should expect, this device is making its way to T-Mobile in the United States some time in 2011, and it’s bringing along for the ride a full physical keyboard, and full MOTOBLUR integration.

The device will feature a new hardware keyboard, looking something like an orange spider-web, along with a 5MP camera on the back of the device, paired with an LED flash. You’ll find the standard features, like integrated GPS, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, and WiFi b/g/n. There’s rumors that the device will also support WiFi calling, too. CellPassion has it that the device will also feature new MOTOBLUR widgets, along with a new version of the mobile OS. No word on whether or not the device will launch with Android 2.2 or 2.3.

Motorola will more than likely have something to say about the Cliq 2 at CES 2011, and rumored release date is pegged for January 19th.

[via CellPhoneSignal]


  1. This is a slap in the face for those who purchased the cliq xt (I know I did stupid me) why would they make a cliq 2 when the XT came out after the original cliq and still has the ancient OS. I wouldn’t trust another moto cliq device

  2. I have Motorola DEXT* and I am not very happy about it. Hardware is fine, but software updates and support from motorola is defenetly not.
    I will buy something from motorola when Europe gets decent support.

    And why so spider-styled? I don’t like it.

    *in Hamburgerland called CLIQ

  3. This is crap! Why are they waiting their time. What they need to be doing is fixing the 1st one.

    I will never buy another motorola phone again.


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