HANGING IN THERE Motorola's Quench mobile phone gets captured on film by the Inquirer in another exclusive video segment following on from the Roi and Backflip hands-on demos.
The Quench, or Cliq XT to our American cousins, is another in Motorola's line of the company's Google OS powered arsenal. It gets a full and in-depth walkthrough on video here for the first time.
Motorola's 3.1-inch full touchscreen mobile phone was announced at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last month. It's a handset that has its MotoBlur overlay to Android, which competes with the HTC Sense in terms of social notworking integration only with more secure measures. These measures fall into the category of remote wiping of the phone's data, along the capability to constantly backup all of the handset's contents into the cloud.
The Motorola Quench is set to arrive later on in the year in Blighty, but no plans have been released as to what network(s) will carry this mobile, or the price. µ
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