Motorola has some very appealing devices coming in 2011, among which there’s the dual core Tegra 2 Olympus and a Honeycomb tablet, but they haven’t forgotten about the low end segment. Moto plans on launching a follow-up to its very first Android phone, Cliq. Here’s what Motorola Cliq 2 looks like:

Previously known under the codename Begonia, this handset uses a keyboard with honeycomb-style design and MOTOBLUR as the UI. January 19th is the supposed release date for this phone and it’s supposed to become official during CES 2011. This QWERTY handset packs a 5MP camera with LED flash and supports, aGPS, Bluetooth 2.1 and WiFi 802.11 b/g/n.

Now let’s see what Android version made the cut on this unit…

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