Motorola Cliq sales is slipping...Android 2.1 Screen Shots

by HeHe » Tue, 01 Dec 2009 03:36:13 GMT


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 Analyst: Motorola Cliq sales slipping:
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Android 2.1 Screen Shots:
 http://www.androidguys.com/2009/11/30/first-look-at-android-2-1-screen-shots/?utm_source=feedburner& ;utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+androidguyscom+(AndroidGuys)&utm_content=Google+Reader


imho, the value of android is primarily with applications, not these
fancy stuff that bore users very quickly. what do you folks think?

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Motorola Cliq sales is slipping...Android 2.1 Screen Shots

by Mike Wolfson » Wed, 02 Dec 2009 07:24:58 GMT


 Actually, most of the value add for Blur is really applications
integrated into a cohesive software app.  I think Motorola did a great
job of pulling the various things together, into a useful interface.
A lot of the functionality could be implemented with apps available in
the Android Market, but Motorola has done the heavy lifting of making
sure they all work well together.  I actually think Blur is value add,
and enjoyed the experience, even after using it for a while (I didn't
get bored).

I like Blur don't love the Cliq otherwise.  It has some good, and some
bad things.

If you are interested, I wrote an exhaustive review of the Cliq (and
Blur) on my blog:
 http://mswolfson.wordpress.com/2009/11/22/in-depth-review-of-motorola-cliq-android-phone/ 

I would say that I am gunning for Motorola to succeed.  They are
putting a lot of resources into supporting the platform (and have
publicly stated that all of their phones will be exclusively Android
from this point forward).  They are gunning to be a big player in this
space, and I hope they do well (I have no affiliation with Motorola
BTW).  More success for the phone vendors supporting the platform is
good for everyone in this space.




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Motorola Cliq sales is slipping...Android 2.1 Screen Shots

by Matt Kanninen » Wed, 02 Dec 2009 09:26:31 GMT


 


The Motorola Droid seems to be doing very well:

 http://metrics.admob.com/2009/11/october-2009-mobile-metrics-report/ 

"Last month we outlined some of the reasons we were bullish on the
Android platform, and the impact of the new devices launched in
November is immediately apparent in our network data.   On November
18th, the Droid already represented 24% of the traffic in our Android
network and the Motorola CLIQ generated 6% of Android requests."

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