Perfecto Mobile enables testing Motorola’s new Android smartphone, DEXT (Cliq)

Motorola has launched the much awaited Android handset, DEXT. The smartphone, which is also known as Cliq, is now available for testing on Perfecto Mobile's Handset Cloud service.

Critics were very impressed with the new device's operation system. So for instance a blogger at AndroidGuys wrote that "in terms of the software, this is where the device really starts to shine. The Moto Blur software is a great step up from the stock Android platform. It also includes some fantastic enhancements such as unified messaging and loads of applications like Facebook and Twitter included in as standard.  Also, make sure you test out the photo gallery- they have really excelled and Phones4U thinks it might just be the best produced to date".

Another reviewer at Andoidbloke noted that "the main advantage of this phone is that it is the second UK handset released in the UK to sport a slide out qwerty keyboard.  Coupled with the 5MP camera, this phone is a great debut for Motorola and seriously has me looking putting my G1 into my freecycle pile".

At the same time Flora Graham wrote on CNET UK  that she didn't like the fact that the device doesn't look very sexy and she questioned its build quality adding that "social-networking widgets are flaky at times, tinny-sounding calls, some gaps in the user interface and no multi-touch capability."

Motorola Cliq Video 

Date of introduction to the Perfecto Mobile service
October 15th, 2009

 - Screen size: 320 x 480 pixels, 3.1 inches
 - Operating System: Android OS, v1.5 (Cupcake)
 - Device family: Motorola

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