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.
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
- 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.