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Motorola Announces Quench with MotoBlur

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Mobile World Congress, BARCELONA, Spain – Motorola is riding the Android wave as it just announced its eighth Android smartphone. The QUENCH, or CLIQ XT, is meant to be a successor to the Cliq, and will support Motorola’s interface, MOTOBLUR.

QUENCH with MOTOBLUR showcases Motorola’s design heritage by offering a compelling differentiation from the traditional Android experience, giving people an easier way to have more messaging, more Web and more music. The handset delivers a complete Web experience on a full touchscreen device with pinch-and-zoom capabilities.

Navigation is enhanced with a front-facing, centrally-located touchpad, so it’s easier and more intuitive to flick through the Web. Adobe Flash Lite enables rich media content such as banners and videos to be displayed and fully enjoyed on the 3.1” high-resolution display. The QUENCH also allows clear calls using dual microphones and noise cancellation technology, while crystal clear pictures are enabled by a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flash.

MOTOBLUR is Motorola’s Android-powered content delivery service created to make phones more personal and socially smart. Contact information, such as email addresses, profile pictures and phone numbers, is automatically synced whenever the details change online, so there’s no need to manually update.

The Motorola QUENCH will be available beginning in the first quarter of 2010. In the U.S., it will be called CLIQ XT and be available next month exclusively through T-Mobile USA.

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By , International Correspondent on Feb 17th, 2010 GMT +2

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