Motorola Outlines Focus Moving Forward
Motorola Mobility CEO Dennis Woodside today shared some thoughts on the company's future. Chief among them, speed is important; not only of the network speed, but of the device itself, too. Motorola is also focusing on power management moving forward so it can deliver thin devices that provide excellent battery life. Motorola is "fully committed" to Android. Motorola is sticking with Google's mobile operating system, and going to bring innovations to its devices as fast as possible. Motorola says that "developer editions" will help improve its relationship with developers and applications writers. Moving forward, Motorola is going to deliver the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update to as many devices in its roster as possible. For those Motorola devices that can't be upgraded, the company will give a $100 credit toward the purchase of one of the new phones announced today.
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