Eric Schmidt teases new Motorola devices as Android activations eclipse 1.5 million daily
Google head Eric Schmidt, speaking at AllThingsD’s annual D: Dive Into Mobile, indicated that Motorola would be soon releasing a set of “phenomenal” new devices which he termed as “phones plus”. Without providing any additional details, his comments seemed to confirm the upcoming X Phone series of handsets. Presumably, these phone not only offer top-of-the-line hardware, but great user features as well.
Schmidt also advised that the number of activated Android devices has topped 1.5 million per day and are on track to reach a cumulative 1 billion by year’s end.
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