Want to know the exact specs of the Motorola CLIQ? Don't worry, we've got the full sheet for you after the break. Along with typical smartphone standard specs like 3G, WiFi, and GPS, the CLIQ also offers a digital compass, runs Android 1.5, and has a 1420 mAh battery.

Check out all of the details on the CLIQ after the jump!

Motorola CLIQ™ with MOTOBLUR™

Talk and Standby Time for GSM4

360 minutes/6 hours of continuous talk time, and standby of 325 hours/13.5 days

Form Factor

QWERTY side Slider, Full Touch


WCDMA 900/1700/2100, GSM 850/900/1800/1900, HSDPA 7.2 Mbps (Category 7/8), EDGE Class 12, GPRS Class 12, GPS


Android 1.5


163.00 g; 5.7 oz


58 x 114 x 15.6 mm; 2.28 x 4.49 x 0.61 in


Android HTML Webkit

Email Types

POP3/IMAP embedded (including Macmail, Gmail, Yahoo!, MSN and AOL1),  Push Email


1420 mAh


Bluetooth3 1.5, 3.5mm, USB 2.0 HS, Over the Air Sync (OTA); Wi Fi


320 x 480 pixels (w x h), 187 DPI


MMS,  SMS, Email (POP3/IMAP embedded, Push Email) IM (Embedded) Open Source


AAC,  AAC+,  AAC+ Enhanced,  AMR NB,  MIDI,  MP3,  WAV


Playback - H.264, H.263, MPEG at 24fps at HVGA resolution; Capture - H.263, MPEG at 24fps at HVGA resolution


5 megapixel, auto-focus


Removable 2GB MicroSD card (included); Supports 32GB MicroSD (optional)

Location Services1

Integrated 5-way navigation, GPS, Turn by Turn directions, Google Maps with Street View , E-Compass


~103.15 cc; 6.32 inches


Internal / Antenna diversity (2 antennas to enhance reception)


802.11b, 802.11g

Address Book/Calendar1

MOTOBLUR aggregates Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and Gmail, and syncs your work contacts, email and calendar


Reader comments

Official Specs for Motorola CLIQ


Can you list what the various footnotes are? What statement is qualifying the webkit browser, for example?

If this is what AT&T passed on, I can't blame them. Its as if Motorola wanted to copy the Nokia N97...a device that also comes off as rather dated.

The keyboard layout really is a turn off for me, I really wish they had tried to copy the HTC Touch Pro2's keyboard....hell even the original Touch Pro's keyboard would have been fine.

The interface tweaks really reflect how far Motorola has fallen, I mean the best you can say about the tweaks is that they're halfhearted.

Other than not having a physical keyboard and a lower MP camera, I think the Hero is the better device....If its true that HTC is getting Sense UI to run better that is.