Motorola has just announced a new family member to its growing line of Android-based smartphones, the Cliq XT. It’s called the “Quench” outside of the US. Oddly (to us anyway) is the Cliq XT runs on Android 1.5, as opposed to the latest Android 2.1 builds that include the much-talked about free GPS navigation. The Cliq XT is Motorola’s eighth smartphone that features the Android OS.
The Cliq XT features a 3.1″ 320 x 480 pixels touchscreen, WiFi, 3G, A-GPS, a 5.0 megapixel camera that comes with autofocus and a LED flash. It also supports Flash content as it runs Adobe Flash Lite. It will be available in the US some time next month, exclusively through T-Mobile. No words on pricing, though.