Motorola plans 'Google-powered smartphone'
29 January 2010 — 3:39 PM
Motorola has revealed that it plans to release a Google-powered smartphone later this year.
The handset - a design referred to by the company as the Shadow - is believed to be similar in style and features to the hotly anticipated Google Nexus One, which may excite consumers who like to keep at the cutting edge of mobile phone technology.
Motorola's chief executive officer Sanjay Jha has confirmed that the mobile manufacture is working on a Google phone.
He also said that the phone "will be sold directly to consumers", in a similar style to Google's Nexus One.
People who enjoy keeping up to date with the latest handset technology may want to consider mobile recycling as an option to receive money back for their used phone, which could be put towards the purchase of a new device.
Motorola recently announced its results for quarter four of 2009 and revealed that sold 12 million phones, two million of which were new smartphones.
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