While Motorola's certainly got a few exciting devices in its pipeline - the dual-core Olympus and the Honeycomb tablet both look extremely intriguing - it looks like the company also plans to launch something considerably less high-end: the sequel to its first Android phone ever, the Cliq.

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Cell Phone Signal was sent the above pictures of the Cliq 2, formerly known as the Begonia. As you can see, it features a relatively nondescript profile - not too bulky; not amazingly thin - as well as a honeycomb-like keyboard design. However, I wouldn't get my hopes up for Honeycomb on this phone if I were you - MOTOBLUR is clearly visible in the first two images, and Cell Phone Signal was also told that a January 19th release is likely, as is an official announcement at CES 2011.

As for specs, all we know thus far is that it features:

  • A QWERTY keyboard (obviously)
  • A 5MP camera accompanied by an LED flash
  • aGPS
  • Bluetooth 2.1
  • WiFi 802.11 b/g/n (WiFi calling is "possible" but not confirmed at this point)

Not too bad, though I'll reserve judgment until I find out more about the phone's processor and the version of Android it's running.

Source: Cell Phone Signal via Android Community