Destined to be one of the most popular handsets of the holiday season, the Motorola CLIQ is the first Android handset that really appeals to me. It looks relatively professional for an Android handset, and marks Motorola's first attempt at a turnaround. Suprisingly, there seems to be a slew of pre-loaded applications on the CLIQ, which were found at the Motorola website. Unfortunately, I couldn't get the page to resize properly, so I've listed them below:
Business and Professional
Carrier Features and Services
News & Weather
Tools and Utility
A frequent criticism that I've given in regards to Android has been the lack of professional devices to date. Personally, I've always thought that the G1 and myTouch 3G don't appeal to professionals (and as such, Android itself, since it has previously limited to these two devices). With the launch of the Motorola CLIQ and the HTC Hero, it's nice to see the manufacturers giving a bit more attention to the professional crowd.
All of these applications are said to come "pre-loaded and ready to use." October 19th is just around the corner - who's buying?