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Motorola Cliq XT

Motorola Cliq XT

Motorola’s Cliq XT removes the Cliq’s slide-out QWERTY but adds an optical trackpad, 3.1″ multitouch screen, and Flash Lite; it also features 7.2 Mbps HSDPA, 5 MP camera, and Android 1.5.

Motorola Devour

Motorola Devour

Verizon subscribers finally get a taste of Motoblur-flavored Android with Motorola’s Devour; it’s a slide-out QWERTY phone with 3.1″ capacitive touchscreen, 3G, aGPS, and Bluetooth.

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Motorola Backflip Cellphone

Motorola Backflip Cellphone

Motorola’s Backflip is inside-out with both the keyboard and 3.1″ touch screen facing outwards; the 3G-capable phone runs Android 1.5 and includes WiFi, Bluetooth, and a 5 MP camera.

Motorola Droid

Motorola Droid

Coming to Verizon 11/6/09, Motorola’s Droid features Android 2.0, a 3.7″ capacitive display, slide-out QWERTY, 5 MP camera, 720×480 @ 24fps video, Wi-Fi, and Google Maps Navigation.

T-Mobile/Motorola CLIQ

T-Mobile/Motorola CLIQ

Available 4Q 2009, Motorola’s CLIQ runs a custom MOTOBLUR Android skin; it boasts a 3.1″ touchscreen, UMTS/HSPA 3G, Wi-Fi, and 5 MP camera with autofocus and video recording.

Endeavor HX1 Headset

Endeavor HX1 Headset

Similar to tech used by the military, Motorola’s Endeavor HX1 uses bone conduction to cut out wind noise and focus on your voice; the Bluetooth headset ships July 2009 in Asia.

Motorola i465 Clutch

Motorola i465 Clutch

A boon for push-to-talk users, Motorola’s rugged i465 Clutch is their first iDEN phone with a full QWERTY keyboard; its features are light but it does meet military specs for shock and dust.

Motorola Evoke QA4

Motorola Evoke QA4

New for Cricket Wireless, Motorola’s Evoke QA4 is like a cheaper Palm Pre; it sports a 2.8″ touchscreen, slide-out keypad, Bluetooth and full HTML browser, but ditches 3G for EVDO.

Motorola ZN300

Motorola ZN300

Motorola was pretty quiet at MWC 2009, but this ZN300 slider phone makes up for it with a sleek yet utilitarian design; it’ll include a 3MP camera, QVGA display and 3.5mm headset jack.

Motorola QA4

Motorola QA4

Leaked in advance of MWC 2009, details on Motorola’s QA4 sliderphone are scarce, but we do know it features a 2.8″ TFT touchscreen, CDMA+EVDO and a tilt sensor.

Motorola Stature i9

Motorola Stature i9

Motorola’s Stature i9 finally arrives this month at Sprint and Boost; the 15mm thin push-to-talk phone, built-in GPS, a 3.1 MP camera and bluetooth; the external flip screen is touch sensitive.

Motorola Tundra

Motorola Tundra

It may not be pretty, but Motorola’s Tundra meets US Military specs for abuse while managing to pack a decent feature set with 3G, SMS, email, 2MP camera, aGPS and microSD slot.

Motorola SURF A3100

Motorola SURF A3100

With a 2.8″ touchscreen, Wi-Fi, 3G, aGPS, 3MP camera and secondary VGA camera for video calls, Motorola’s SURF A3100 squeezes a lot in; too bad it’s Asia and Latin America only.

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MotoFocus Concept

MotoFocus Concept

With declining marketshare, Motorola might want to consider Brad Mitchell’s MotoFocus concept; two touchscreens allow for dynamic displays that separate work from play.

Motorola x Santacon

Motorola x Santacon

Even Santa has a posse, as evidenced by this new Motorola bluetooth headset ad that takes the recent SantaCon street gatherings and co-opts them with good ol’ capitalism.

Motorola i9

Motorola i9

If you’re stuck with an entry level phone, you could do a lot worse than Motorola’s i9; this sleek iDEN handset features a RAZR-esque clamshell design, 3 MP camera, GPS, and Bluetooth.

Motorola ROKR EM35

Motorola ROKR EM35

True to the ROKR line, Motorola’s new EM35 is designed to rock out tunes with a built-in FM radio and dual speakers for stereo sound; it also uses CrystalTalk tech to improve call clarity.

Motorola Hint QA30

Motorola Hint QA30

Its squat design recalls the last gen Nano, but Motorola’s Hint QA30 is their first QWERTY cellphone: it’s a dedicated messaging phone, with one-touch SMS, email and IM.

Motorola MOTO VE66

Motorola MOTO VE66

Motorola’s VE66 is their latest slider phone for shutter bugs; it packs a 5 MP camera with LED flash, auto-focus, and stabilization; other features include WiFi and a 2.4″ TFT screen.

T-Mobile Moto ZINE

T-Mobile Moto ZINE

Motorola’s ZINE ZN5 camera phone is now available through T-Mobile; the phone starts at just under $100 with a two year contract, and sports a 5 MP camera, FM radio, Wi-Fi and xenon flash.

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Motorola Aura

Motorola Aura

The Motorola Aura is a love-it or hate-it swiveling luxury phone, with a HAL-like cyclops display protected by a 62-carat sapphire lens; the case itself is made from polished stainless steel.

Motorola Motozine ZN5

Motorola Motozine ZN5

Part candybar and part Kodak camera, Motorola’s Motozine ZN5 cellphone is coming to T-Mobile 11/3. The photo-friendly phone will get 5 MP, a Xenon flash and on the fly photo editing.

Krave ZN4 Flip Phone

Krave ZN4 Flip Phone

Motorola’s Krave ZN4 features an interactive clear flip on the outside as well as a 2.8″ touchscreen; it works with Verizon’s V CAST media network along with bluetooth and a 2 MP camera.

Motorola Q11 Cellphone

Motorola Q11 Cellphone

Available this December, Motorola’s mid-range Q11 Smartphone gets Windows Mobile 6.1, WiFi, quad-band GPRS/EDGE, a 3 MP camera with Flash and integrated GPS, but no 3G.

Motorola Rapture

Motorola Rapture

The Motorola VU30 Rapture is a bit of a hybrid cellphone; it’s a clamshell yet still packs a touch sensitive screen and turn-by-turn GPS via Verizon’s proprietary Navigator service.

Motorola i576

Motorola i576

What Motorola’s i576 cellphone lacks in looks, it makes up for with ruggedness. Military certified for dust, shock, vibration and extreme temps, it also includes Bluetooth and GPS.

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