We’re guessing you probably know about the comments made by Motorola Mobility CEO Sanjay Jha’s last week where he referred to returned Android handsets. Speaking at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Technology webcast last week, Jha indicated that roughly 70% of their returned Android …
Motorola recently said that they would be offering up to twenty Android handsets in 2010. Whether that means twenty more or twenty total isn’t quite clear but it is encouraging news for fans of the device maker. Among the phones left in the pipeline are …
The first Android 2.0 handset to arrive is Korea will be Motorola’s “Motoroi“.Â Available exclusively through SK Telecom starting in early February, the Motoroi features an 8 megapixel camera, a 3.7-inch high-definition WVGA screen.Â Speaking of high-def, the handset also features 720p video recording andÂ …
The Cliq is coming in a matter of weeks, but Motorola has no intention of stopping there. The former king of mobile is looking for a comeback and is betting Android is the Moses that leads them back to the Promised Land.
Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha said yesterday that the company was in negotiations with all of the major US carriers to bring Android devices to their networksÂ Their first offering, the Motorola Cliq, was unveiled last week at Mobilize ’09.Â Rumored to be dropping it November, …
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