By Chuong Nguyen | March 9, 2010 12:00 AM
We were at the Motorola briefing late Monday afternoon where we got a demo of the Motorola CLIQ XT and a unit to play with. The device runs MOTOBLUR on top of Android 1.5 and is designed as a slate/tablet form factor for T-Mobile. Specs-wise, it uses a similar processor to the MOTO CLIQ. We’ll have some videos up, but with the Game Developers Conference, MIX10, and CTIA Spring 2010 around the corner, it may be a while. We’ll periodically post about our impressions before a more detailed review comes up, but here are some photos to satisfy your craving for the device.
What’s notable is that Motorola included two back battery covers. There’s a textured rubberized back that feels really good in the hands in classic black as well as a smooth, metallic purple finish for a spunkier day.
There’s also a nice music enhancement, which we’ll cover later in a video, that’s pre-loaded onto the device along with MOTOBLUR.
Compared to the Motorola Droid on Verizon Wireless
Compared to the Motorola Devour with the extruded aluminum body
Startup logo with sticker detailing the buttons for new users; nice touch!
MOTO BLUR is on this device, along with some nice enhancements
A view of San Francisco from the offices where we had our briefing