Motorola this week announced a major breakthrough when planning to launch the company's first Android Phone to Claro customers in Brazil and Latin America by the end of this year. The DEXT model – released last week as ?Cliq? – comes equipped with the Google Android mobile platform and brings a special interface, MotoBlur, which synchronizes and unifies conversations, contacts and content on the cell phone.
With Motoblur, we differentiate the Android experience for consumers, using the mobile internet ecosystem by offering a unique experience on mobile devices, based on the way people interact today. Our vision is to create a new category of instinctive, social and smart cell phones, said Enrique Ussher, corporate vice president of Motorola's Mobile Products area for Latin America.
?With MotoBlur, all conversations, contact updates, stories, links and photos can be automatically delivered to widgets in real time on the home screen. Thus, there is no need to open and close different applications or menus, as everything is organized, ordered and delivered on the entire device in a surprising way ?explained Motorola in a press release.