Motorola to have 30 smartphones in 2010

Motorola logoIn 2010, Motorola will have "between 20 and 30 smartphones globally," said VP and GM of Motorola's Mobile Devices business for Asia Pacific and International Distribution, Spiros Nikolakopoulos.

In 2010, Motorola will have "between 20 and 30 smartphones globally," said VP and GM of Motorola's Mobile Devices business for Asia Pacific and International Distribution, Spiros Nikolakopoulos. Speaking to CNET, he also added that the current plan is for all of them to run on Google's open-source Android operating system. As for non-smartphone devices, they will either ship with Brew or Motorola's proprietary operating system.

Nikolakopoulos said the company has three engineering teams devoted to Android, with one each based in the US, China and Korea. Motorola has three types of Android devices, including ones that run MOTOBLUR, ones that are largely standard Android devices while allowing some customization, and ones that do not modify the standard Android software at all.

Finally, the VP let on that the MOTOROI Android 2.0 touchscreen handset that is due to ship to Korea in February will also soon thereafter come to China, albeit under a different name.

Source: electronista

Tags: Android, mobile phones, Motorola

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