Excerpt: This is the Motorola Cliq 2 with a 1 GHz processor, it comes with android 2.2, it has a 3.7 inch display, which is much larger than the original, and it also has an improved physical keyboard.
Summary: Sept 2013 Motorola no longer supports CLIQ2 phone, whether purchased new or used. Software updates/upgrades are no longer available online (links still exist but don't work). They gave me an RMA # to send the phone in for an Android software upgrade. The RMA said I would receive the phone back within 5 business days. They received the phone 8/5. When I called they said turnaround was actually 7-10 business days.
Summary: Got my Cliq 2 MB611 w/CyanogenMod operating system instead of the standard android. Although it doesn't have the "blur" feature, it keeps up with fbook postings very nicely and various email accounts, inet, maps, gps, etc. Google CyanogenMod to see what I mean ... I could've gotten the original android OS like I have on my Cliq XT, but wanted to see what alternatives can do. Pleased with both the hardware and software on this mod.
your choice! keep in mind this came out in Jan 2011.
27 May 2012
Summary: the reason it gets 3 is because i expected 5! prior to this i had the exhibit 4g 2, which is a mid-range smartphone while the cliq 2 is a high mid-range smartphone. i fell in love with the look and feel of the cliq to be honest,plus i got a great deal on it, only $100.00 dollars, it included an extra battery, 2 chargers, and a docking station, plus books + box. this phone just recently got 2.3 (gingerbread) so its firmware now allows use of the phones full potential!
Summary: LOVE this phone! I am on my second one.... first one I gave to my daughter when hers broke. Will buy it again. I love the screen and the social networking windows constantly showing me streaming updates. BETTER than an iPhone because I personally do not want to type on a touch screen. I like having the option to slide down an easy to work and use keypad. The camera is of better quality than an iPhone also. Have had mine for over two years without any problems.
Summary: I bought this phone so I wouldn't be locked into a contract when I switched my cell service provider. The phone is great, haven't had any issues. The screen is just the right size at 3.7" and having the physical keyboard makes it much easier when typing. Also, having the 1Ghz processor makes a big difference when multitasking on it.
Summary: I have Cricket for my cellular provider and have used a few mobile phones so I believe I can make an educated Overall Rating. I replaced an HTC 6800 because its browser really sucked. Granted since it was like 3 years old and since I flashed the phone I do not know if I could have updated the software. It could not link to the Sprint Network.!!! Now to pick this phone apart calling Balls and Strikes: Con: The Microsoft Word on it sucks beyond belief in my opinion.
Summary: love it. its the best hastle free smartphone out. simple yet top of the food chain as for cell/smatphones go.the phone is awesome i think this phone has No comparison counterparts.basically whatever you'd like for it to do (DROID DOES)!!! the options and features of this phone are off the charts when it comes to a sleek,stylish,touchscreen. This high-end CDMA smartphone is notable for its large, high-res touch display and thin body with slide-out keyboard.
Summary: Key board is great, I find myself hitting the correct key in doubt. The screen is nice, bright and responsive. The new hardware has really increased the productivity in loading apps and playing movies. Hooked it up to a moto s305 headset, nothing short of perfection, up to 33 feet of signal. I had the original droid and find the upgrade a positive gain if the device can be found for a cheap price.