March 6, 2010 | by Andrew Kameka
Motorola announced earlier this week that three of its Android MOTOBLUR phones would be coming to Canada this year. TELUS was first to lay claim to the Backflip, and we now know that Bell will be the exclusive carrier of the Motorola DEXT (CLIQ) in Canada. A new Bell Moto Dext website has already gone public to announce the upcoming phone, though there’s no mention of price or availability date. Interested consumers can sign-up for notifications of when Bell is prepared to release more details.
Bell’s announcement likely tips that Rogers will be the exclusive carrier of the Motorola Quench (CLIQ XT), a touchscreen-only MOTOBLUR phone. Motorola Canada said that it would bring three phones to “all major carriers” in Canada, and TELUS and Bell have already staked their claim to two of those phones. That leaves Rogers as the only remaining major carrier and the Quench as the only remaining MOTOBLUR phone to be paired together. Expect a word from Rogers confirming that they will carry the phone, but the carrier will likely not announce price or availability.