Saturday , June 24 2017

Motorola holding Media Launch in Sydney

Motorola will be holding a Media Launch next Tuesday (30th) Morning in Sydney.

The invite shows only an image of the “MotoBLUR” Logo, which implies they will launch an Android Device running that UI. This then rules out the Milestone, unless something miraculous happens.


The phone(s) being launched could possibly be:

  • Motorola Backflip
  • Motorola CLIQ/DEXT
  • Motorola CLIQ XT

No official word on what carrier the phone(s) could be sold through, but my guess is Optus, given their move to allow Paid Apps to appear on the Android Market through their network.

 

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Dorian Betterman
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so now i’m on my 5th motorola cliq waiting for the sixth to arrive.. Sad and i must say i’m quite disappointed with the replacements ive been recently getting, keyboards not lighting up, the display splitting , turning off unexpectedly, being extreamly hot when charging..etc.. ive just had the worst luck with this phone.. they presented me the brand new dash and the new blackberry.. but i love the versatility of this phone so significantly that im attempting to look past it.. i simply want to know if anyone else is having these problems with replacements.. or just in general.
Emerita Gerula
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so i am on my 5th moto cliq waiting for the 6th to arrive.. Unhappy and i need to say i’m quite unhappy with the replacements ive been recently getting, keyboards not lighting up, the display cracking , turning off unexpectedly, being extreamly hot when charging..etc.. ive just had the worst luck with this phone.. they presented me the brand new dash and the new blackberry.. but i love the versatility of this phone so significantly that im trying to look past it.. i just want to know if anybody else is having these problems with replacements.. or just in… Read more »
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