Also known as the Motorola Zeppelin and Motorola Cliq XT on T-Mobile in the US, this Android phone comes with a 3.1-inch touchscreen, 5-megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, MotoBLUR, and ships with a 2GB microSD as part of the package. Pretty decent specs, but the silver lining here though is that it runs on the already outdated Android 1.5 OS with no certainty of an appropriate update being made available soon.
Price-wise, those willing to get it on a 3-year contract will be happy to know that it’s retailing for a very tempting price of just $49.99. Going for either a 2-year or single year contract will be more costly as the Motorola Quench is priced at $324.99 and $374.99 respectively. Forgoing the whole contract obligation will cost $424.99. For more details, you can check it out here.