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Motorola Cliq with Motoblur Titanium, Smart Phone Review

A smart phone is a smart phone, right?  Not really, but it can be intimidating even thinking about entering the market for a phone that can handle everything you want from your new mobile device.  With 3G, 4G, Android, iPhone, it all seems like way too much to even start to figure out.  Then, once you’ve picked your phone, you still have to deal with all the information, all the websites and all your connected social media.  It can almost make you long for the days before cell phones (or maybe that’s your worst fear).  Agreeably, there are a lot of phones out there to choose from and it can get confusing to select just one.  With so many features packed into these phones, it’s easy to get overwhelmed even after you get your new phone.

With the Motorola Cliq with Motoblur Titanium, it’s all done for you.  The technology on this phone is not only amazing, but it’s also really user friendly and even easy to get accustomed to.  That’s all thanks to Motorola’s service that they have given the quirky name:  Motoblur.  This service claims to make you life easier by condensing all your social media for you and instantly synching your phone with your home computer so you won’t miss even one facebook status or tweet-even when you are switching between using your phone and your home machines.  If you’ve used other phones, you know there is often a large lag time for updates from sites like facebook and twitter, which can mean you are missing out on important stuff.

Other than Motoblur, this phone also offers some great features like a 5 mega pixel camera with a flash, a great slide out keyboard, or you can use the virtual keyboard on the 3 inch display which is, of course, touch screen.  The phone is capable of handling all the apps you could want-and the large screen makes it perfect for streaming movies or playing games.  Motorola continues to put out some of the best phones in the industry, consistently making improvements and offering new technology to its loyal and new customers.

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