Motorola Bringin’ On The Android

A late January conference call with Motorola about earnings would usually be pretty boring, but today it turned out to be rather interesting. According to CEO of Motorola Sanjay Jha, we will be seeing lots more Android in the next year. Sanjay was quoted saying “we plan to launch at least 20 devices, including at least one direct-to-consumer device with Google.”, exciting eh? He also mentioned that half of those 20 devices will feature Android with a strong emphasis on BLUR. Motorola has really got back into the cell phone game by utilizing everything Android has to offer. In fact, out of the twelve million devices Motorola sold in the 4th quarter of 2009, nearly two million of them were Android. That says a lot about Android and what companies can do with it.

Now about that direct-to-customer device, or Nexus Two… or Shadow… or whatever. I personally don’t think Google would have HTC make the Nexus One and then turn to Motorola for the Nexus Two. That being said, I do think anything Moto would sell direct-to-customer would be really exciting. But hey, who knows right? Crazier things have happened. What do you guys think? Would you like to see the Nexus Two made by Moto? What kind of changes would you like to see made to Blur in the coming year? Let us know in the comments or shout out your opinion on Twitter to me or any of the DroidDog gang. Oh and FYI, that picture is still just that, a picture. Nothing concrete yet.

Via Engadget