Motorola Cliq photos

Though the Cliq doesn't break new ground in smartphone design, it does broaden the hardware options available to Android users.
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The Cliq offers a bright display with a high resolution.
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We heartily welcome the Cliq's 3.5-millimeter headset jack.
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The click has a textured battery cover. The camera lens sits on the left side and the back of the slider shows a glowing Moto logo.
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The Cliq's keyboard is exceedingly spacious and comfortable. Indeed, we had very few complaints.
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We typed messages quickly without making mistakes. The display will rotate automatically when you rotate the phone.
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The Cliq has three physical controls below the display. Though the buttons are flat, they're also easy to use.
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The Cliq's memory card slot is stashed behind the battery cover.
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The Cliq is large enough to offer a solid feel in the hand.
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But it's also small enough to fit into a pocket.
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