Engadget has been playing around with the Android 1.5-based, Flash Lite -supported, multitouch-capable handset for ... Android News forum
Motorola CLIQ XT Hands On
Engadget has been playing around with the Android 1.5-based, Flash Lite-supported, multitouch-capable handset for the last couple of hours -- but before they grace you with their first impressions, just a fair warning: they don't yet know the price of the new T-Mobile Android handset, though Motorola did promise that it will hit shelves this month.
I actually like it better than the Devour. A physical keyboard device just does not cut it for me anymore and I'm not a slider person.
It looks like a nice device and will make some user very happy.