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 a couple with front-facing cameras much like the HTC EVO 4G and Samsung Galaxy S.

Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha recently told Reuters that the company plans two to four phones this year with front-facing cameras.  If the EVO 4G wasn’t enough to shine a light on the new feature, Apple’s iPhone 4 will likely help make it a standard.


If you were worried that sales of the Droid and Droid Incredible were starting to wane, you can rest easy.  Sales are “strong” and Jha believes they would be even higher were they able to build enough of them.  The Droid Incredible is currently plagued with short supplies due largely to limited touch screen displays.

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