According to various reports, it has been construed that Motorola is reportedly working on Smartphones employing stock Android. The executive also confirmed that this Google-owned company is planning to opt out from any of the manufacturer bloatware. It is understood that these upcoming revelations will stem force a significant change from the traditional flagship devices. The targeted motive is understood to emphasize on creating something comfortable in the hand.
Initially based on the discussion there were several reports presenting lowdowns on the collaboration between Google and Motorola on these upcoming devices. With tidings from the Morgan Stanley Technology Conference in March, Google’s chief financial officer Patrick Pichette hinted that there was no “wow” factor with the current line of Motorola devices. This was in reference with the Droid RAZR M and RAZR Maxx HD and this disclosure was regarded to be due to the 18-month product backlog inherited by Google.
It is inferred that these new devices from Motorola will come in the second half of 2013. The recent rumors suggested a arrival of a 5-inch device running Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, however no concrete information has been presented out in regard to the same. This is because the bezels are estimated to be constructed to be narrow as possible according to the comments made by Wicks’. It is implied that these devices will be dished out under the Nexus program and will be based upon the same lines for getting the updates with respect to the same.