Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha today indicated that the company hopes to make fewer phones during 2012 in order to conserve marketing resources. In an interview with The Verge, Jha also said that Motorola needs to be able to differentiate the Motorola experience when compared to the competition. "Verizon and AT&T don't want seven stock ICS devices on their shelves. The vast majority of the changes we make to the OS are to meet the requirements that carriers have." In short, Motorola will continue to offer its own user experience on Android devices, but there will be fewer of them this year.
Why not concentrate on making a few really good phones and support them properly
Instead of pulling the Razr followed immediately by the Razr Maxx crap, just release a few really solid devices and follow it up with timely software updates. Blur really is not too bad nowadays but the refusal to unlock bootloaders while dragging your feet to push updates is really frustrating. Were it not for the talent at XDA, I would of torched my Atrix a long time ago. This phone is still very capable hardware wise but Motorola is simply more interested in pushing new phones. I'm certain this phone will be able to fly with ICS when the work is completed. Hopefully Motorola will finally listen to the consumer voice like HTC and get with it.