Motorola already appears to have a hit on its hand with the Droid. Now it’s planning its next mobile efforts around the Google-backed Android OS with reports of two new models slated to debut at CES. Enterprise Mobile Today has the story.
Motorola is believed to be preparing two new Android-based cell phones for introduction at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas next week, according to a market analyst.
Global Equities Research Analyst Trip Chowdhry said in a research note to clients that he believes the company “may announce” a second phone for Verizon Wireless, which already has the hugely popular Droid, and one for AT&T, which does not carry a Motorola Android phone as yet.
Chowdhry’s sources indicate one phone would have an OLED soft keyboard screen and the other would have a physical keyboard similar to the Droid. The two would run the Google Experiences software environment rather than the company’s proprietary MotoBlur software.