Saturday, December 22, 2012

Google and Mototrola developing 'X Phone' to compete with Apple and Samsung

While Apple's iPhone 5 is already struggling hard against Samsung's Galaxy S3 internationally, Google and Motorola are reportedly working on a 'X Phone  to compete with iPhone 5.

The new smartphone, the 'X Phone' is likely to compete not only against Apple, but also Samsung which is dominating the world market of Android based smartphones.

Nothing more is available on the project as yet, however, just after seven months of its acquisition by Google for $12.5 billion, Motorola is designing its marquee handset with cutting-edge features to stand apart from existing phones when it is released next year.


Although Google hasn't responded to any requests for comments on the situation, it is a well-known fact that Motorola need successes of some nature to get them back to where they feel they belong in the smartphone world. Recent failings have included not being able to produce a device with advanced features that manages to offer a usable battery life to consumers, something that Motorola will be extremely keen to put behind them.

Read more about it at: | Redmond Pie | WSJ | [Logo:Viralblog]

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