The Motorola CLIQ is being looked upon by some as Motorola’s comeback phone. After releasing a few zillion iterations of the popular Razr phone the company is zeroing in on the open sourced Android platform as their savior. Earlier this month Motorola announced their intention sit out Windows Mobile 6.5 in lieu of Windows Mobile 7 slated for late 2010. Last night the Wall Street Journal’s Walt Mossberg rolled with his review of the Android powered Motorola CLIQ. Several other reviews have followed including this one from Engadget. What’d they like? More memory. What wasn’t so good? Well for one the phone is busy with a lot of social media icons that may confuse users, the keyboard is challenged and the “special sauce” that Motorola is adding, MOTOBLUR, which aggregates all of your social contacts (think Twitter, Facebook, etc) appears to be destined to remain a closed Motorola controlled service.