powerful video converter and DVD Ripper software: Enjoy DVD and video with your new Motorola mobile phone: CLIQ, Droid and so on.

Enjoy DVD and video with your new Motorola mobile phone: CLIQ, Droid and so on.

For the declining aristocracy MOTOROLA, any small profit has belongs to rare good. So when the company recently posted surprise third-quarter profits, Motorola stuffs are filled with happy. Namely the MOTOROLA finally successfully achieved the quarter profit. MOTOROLA has revealed the company is expected to launch less mobile phone in the fourth quarter of the year, this basically to get rid of some "cannot profit" failure. So, armed with Cliq, Droid and the MotoBlur interface, it just might be a new day for Motorola.
The Droid phone, codenamed Sholes — named for the inventor of the typewriter — was expected to arrive at Verizon this month, and now has become the focus of attention. Meanwhile T-Mobile is offering Motorola’s CLIQ, an Android-based, MOTOBLUR-running, physical keyboard phone. It is available now for $199 (for current T-Mobile customers).
What are the main characteristics between T-Mobile’s CLIQ and Verizon’s Droid?
The Motorola Cliq on T-Mobile (specs) is available now through T-Mobile. It’s a smaller phone with a 3.1-inch 320-by-480-pixel capacitive touch display, a 5-megapixel camera and 3.5-mm headphone jack. It uses a Qualcomm 528MHz MSM 7201A ARM processor, similar to current Android phones — and runs on T-Mobile’s network. Beyond the basics, you'll have 802.11b Wi-Fi, USB mass storage, Google voice search, Google Talk, instant messaging, visual voice mail, stereo Bluetooth, PC syncing, and speaker-independent voice dialing. The Cliq also comes integrated with news and weather feeds, and apps from Shazam and Imeem Mobile.
The whole CLIQ keyboard of each key is designed large and the central uplift that will bring comfort for the user input. Keyboard direction key and track the ball seemed quite suitable for playing the game. CLIQ MOTOROLA phone with the mainstream of 3.5 millimeter headphone jacks, although unclearly know how its built-in memory, but this phone support microSD card, topped the 32GB storage space, can hold thousands of song or several films.

The Motorola Droid/Sholes on Verizon (specs), reportedly runs Google’s Android 2.0 operating system and features a metal chassis, large 3.7-inch capacitive display (854 by 480 pixels); 5-megapixel camera with flash, autofocus and video recorder; GPS; Wi-Fi; Bluetooth 2.0; and a 3.5mm headphone jack. It uses a Texas Instruments OMAP3430 processor, the same processor as the Palm Pre. The OMAP3430 features a 600 MHz ARM Cortex A8 + PowerVR SGX 530 GPU + 430MHz C64x+ DSP + ISP (Image Signal Processor).
Although with competition for iPhone as slogan is deemed to speculation, but in my mind, MOTOROLA Droid both in appearance and functional configuration is first-rate, which are in the fuselage thickness, the processor, operating systems, video screen, filming, etc, this machine has the strength of sweeping the Android mobile phone.

So I think both mobile phones are good! With the functions of mobile are more and more powerful. The selection criteria for mobile phones are also different. As for me, I like watching movie and listening to music on phone, so I have a more attention on this aspect. Both these Moto phones are built-in media player. In CLIQ, I’ll find album art, playlists, shuffle, repeat, and an airplane mode for in-flight media use. The interface is simple, but easy to navigate and the player supports several file formats, such as: video formats: H.264, H.263, MPEG 4, YouTube, MPEG 4, 3GP and audio formats: AAC, MP3, WAV, MIDI, AMR NB and AAC+. For Droid, there aren't any major enhancements to the player in terms of interface or functionality, which is too bad. You still get support for MP3, AAC, AMR-NB, WAV, MIDI (to name a few), and Windows Media Audio 9 formats and the player includes shuffle, repeat, and playlist creation. You can advance and revisit previous tracks by tapping the forward and back buttons or you can swipe the album covers using the touch screen. They are good Multimedia phone, but only one, they could support all of video or audio formats. So I search it On Google and I find a good assistant for Motorola phone – Nidesoft Motorola Video Converter which could help to convert your video files to MP4, AVI, WMV, MP3 and play on Motorola phone easily. Below I’ll share you how to use it!
Firstly, download this software and install it.
Step 1: Launch the program and Click "Add File" button to load source video files to be converted
Step 2: make settings: click “format” drop list to select “Motorola MPEG-4 Video (*.mp4)” as output video format. Set your video size and quality under the preview window.
Step 3: Click "Convert" button to start to convert video format.
After the file is converted, just transfer the file to the videos folder on your Motorola and enjoy your newly created video. Another, I know Nidesoft DVD to Motorola Converter could rip DVD to Motorola phone video and music: 3GP, AVI, WMV, MP4, WMA etc. So, it is not a problem to watch your favorite DVD on mobile phone. I think these two Nidesoft software are necessary additional software for MOTOROLA mobile phone users.

Although the shell is different, but Motorola Droid and apple iPhone internal is very similar. And compared the before mobile phones using Android operation system, the Droid had a great performance, application and the speed of opening menu, scrolling list and switching the screen goes really fast. Some analysts believe the Droid is the best of MOTOROLA phone since 2005 and Cliq is the first step of MOTOROLA mobile department to turnaround.
For MOTOROLA, the success of publishing two mobile phone, not only indicates the formerly overlord comeback, and for users to regain their confidence has also played a very positive role. Next, let’s us look forward to Motorola numerous sales! Wish Moto good luck!


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