Countdown To Cliq Pre-sale Has Officially Begun

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Well, we called the pre-order date for the Cliq almost right after the announcement. As the above picture shows, our info was right on the money as the countdown has begun. This settles the release date chaos quite nicely, and  we can all be thankful knowing exactly how long we have to save our pennies.  Courtesy of T-mobile themselves, images are leaking direct from the T-mobile homepage to the Cliq pre-order. Coincidentally, this comes right on the heels of the Cliq sales box unveiling–which, for some reason, sends chills down the spines of tech bloggers everywhere.  While the Cliq may or may not be your cup of tea, a lot is riding on the launch for Motorola and T-mobile alike. Motorola needs a win, that goes without question. At the same time, T-mobile needs a device that can measure up to the Sprint launch of the HTC Hero to keep attention on the T-mobile-Android partnership–something that has been exclusive up until this point.

The Android battle is about to begin and thankfully for us as customers, it’s a no lose scenario.

One more pic after the jump!

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  • tato22

    good sht i wana get my hands on one to try it out cuz this mytouch is getting to me

  • sidekickuser

    im counting down!
    this damn sidekick has run its course. i cant beleive i lasted since 2007 with this.

  • JH

    i have my htc hero before the “pre-notification” for the “pre-sale” is over! oh t-mobile, how so dumb!!

  • Red

    I agree with you JH, if t-mobile wanted to compete they wouldn’t have made the decision to release this phone a month after the hero.

  • Abel

    I’m just glad these phone manufacturers are getting away from Windows mobile. Why is the Iphone so popular? Its not the phone, its the OS.

  • MishkaGreen

    Anything is better than my current phone: http://www.motorola.com/consumers/US-EN/MOTO-W233-renew.do?vgnextoid=3bd6df420e68e110VgnVCM1000008406b00aRCRD

    and I think the Cliq might be what I need at this point :)

  • David

    T-moile did make a poor choice not to carry the Hero, however I would much rather have a Moto Cliq on T-mobile’s network than a Hero on Sprints shoddy network anyday! Besides, T-mobile’s HSPA+ upgrade will have speeds far greater than Sprint or At&t or Verizon for that matter, so the choice is obvious to me.

  • Antoinae

    how much is this going to cost?

  • FILA

    Well the one good thing about Android coming to other providers in the states is that the Android Market will grow larger rapidly. The more people you get on a OS, the more developers will come, and in no time were out number the Apple apps, due to Android will have number of phones, and more then one carrier.

  • http://facebook.com asarahinasarah

    sweet ass phone…jus got mine a week ago. i love it. can’t go anywhere without it, and, whatever you need there really is “an app for that”.