Motorola Developing Stock Android Phones

  • Emphasis on customer experience
  • Remove bloatware
  • “Just the right size”

Motorola is reportedly building a new line of smartphones that will run “stock” Android and will be smaller in size compared to the 5-inchers that the market has now.

  • Emphasis on customer experience
  • Remove bloatware
  • “Just the right size”

Motorola is reportedly building a new line of smartphones that will run “stock” Android and will be smaller in size compared to the 5-inchers that the market has now.

The reports also say that the development of these phones stems from the collaboration and influence of Google. According to Motorola’s chief of design Jim wicks, these new phones will be “the unadulterated version of Android” and will offer consumers with the best Android experience.

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Wicks also added that the company will be developing these new phones keeping in mind the needs of a specific group of consumers who don’t want large displays but instead want an average-sized phone that they can hold and use with one hand.

Motorola might also use the same strategy that HTC used with the HTC first. That is, to focus on consumer experience rather than competing with other brands in terms of specs. The company also wants to make these phones as bloatware-free as possible and build them with narrow bezels and scratch and drop resistant.

According to Wicks the first batch of handsets will come in the second half of 2013.

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