Motorola Dropping 20 Android Phones This Year
Motorola’s director of marketing, Tom Satchwell, has indicated to SlashGear that 2010 could see 20 Android-based phones from the handset maker. To be clear, this means worldwide and in the United States alone. This also doesn’t take into consideration that some phones could get released with slight variations such as the Motoroia XT720 and Milestone XT720.
Assuming Satchwell means 20 phones over the course of the entire year, I only count 10 devices on Motorola’s product page from 2010. So, even on the low end we could see 10 more. On the high end, we could see 20 over the next 6 months. Either figure sits well with me. What about you guys?
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