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T-Mobile putting new CLIQ XT update through its paces

Chris Ziegler
10.06.10
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You might not care too much about the CLIQ XT now that Motorola's announced a whole slew of new Android-based models, but back off for a hot second, killer -- there are still plenty of devices out there in the field, and gosh darnit, they still deserve love. The promised Android 2.1 upgrade has yet to arrive, sadly, but T-Mobile and Moto are in the process of trialling a smaller version bump that includes a fresher version of Swype and promises to improve overall system performance, touch response, and stability. On the surface, it seems like Motorola would've been better off investing this time and energy into that long-overdue taste of Eclair... but hey, what do we know?

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