Motorola recyclers and DEXT appeal
15 October 2009 — 5:00 PM
Those considering mobile recycling to get a device that packs Google's new operating system (OS) may welcome a recent review.
Michael Oryl explained that in the new Motorola CLIQ - which is to be known as the DEXT on its UK release - the manufacturer may have put itself back on the right track.
Consumers with used phones from the firm may agree that in the last few years it has put out some fairly lacklustre models, but the writer added that combining Google Android with the new MOTOBLUR interface may change this.
The system combines social networking and messaging facilities and centralises them as part of a menu that sits on the handset's 3.2-inch, 320 x 480 pixel touchscreen.
Mr Oryl noted the DEXT proves the manufacture is capable of can doing "very well" with the Google OS, although he admitted "HTC is doing a better job".
"But with the head of steam that Motorola is building around Android - that may not be the case for long," he concluded.
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