News often comes from most unusual sources, this week buried deep within Google’s earning s report was a surprising nugget of information regarding Motorola’s highly anticipated Smartphone, the X Phone.
According to the Google’s document Motorola is set to announce the X Phone at this year’s Google I/O conference on May 5, on July 8 the phone will be available through Google Play for $300. Alternatively it will be available from most carriers for $300 on a contract.
Larry Page even spelled out where he sees phone improvements coming from in the future; durability, battery life and design. Motorola has already set the standard for tough phones; following on from the almost indestructible Droid Razr HD will be a hard task.
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Deep within the labs of Motorola Mobility (MM) a crack team of engineers has been assembled, a team branded X. Tasked by Google with taking on the top handset makers the X series of phones and tablets will create a new brand and line of products for Motorola and a new standard in high end smartphones for Google.
Google has tasked, nay challenged Motorola Mobility to compete with the likes of Apple, LG, Nokia and Samsung. To achieve these lofty goals Google and Motorola (Googlrola?) both realise they will need to produce something special, then market the hell out of it.
The first of the new products to emerge from the MM labs will be the X Phone in 2013, followed by the X Tablet shortly after. These first generation X products will need to hit the ground running though, the competition isn’t standing still after all.
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