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Motorola CEO talks about future customization options, $50 phone

Motorola CEO talks about future customization options, $50 phone

Motorola CEO talks about future customization options, $ 50 phone
News from androidandme.com:

Motorola has been tearing it up lately. The Moto X was the first big revolution in the smartphone industry in quite a while, with a very basic approach to software, minor modifications to AOSP to add incredibly useful and unique features and a fully-customizable chassis that you could make your own. The Moto G was a huge step as well, bringing good hardware to the budget market with a price tag of only $ 180. But what’s next for the company?

Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside has spoken about the future of Moto Maker, or customizing future devices. The rumors of the Moto X were crazy, stating that everything from processor to screen size would be customizable. Instead we got a choice of colors and materials, which is still pretty impressive. However, Woodside says that is exactly what’s next for the premium line of devices: things like screen size and functionality.

On the more premium side we’re pushing more customisation. Today you have colours and beginning of materials but you don’t have screen size and you don’t have functionality and we’re going to bring all that in in the next year or so.Dennis WoodsideMotorola

Motorola is also planning on taking another step towards the budget market. The $ 180 Moto G was a huge accomplishment, but Woodside wants to take things a step further by cr…………… continues on androidandme.com

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Related News:
Motorola told to pay Rs. 60200 compensation for faulty handset
News from NDTV:

Mobile handset manufacturer Motorola has been ordered by the district consumer forum to pay a compensation of Rs. 50,000 to a local resident for deficiency in service and unfair commercial practices.

The Thane District Consumer Dispute Redressal Forum gave its ruling on a consumer complaint filed against the Gurgaon- based Motorola India Pvt Ltd. The judgement was given by Forum President Umesh Jhavalikar and member N D Kadam Saturday.

The complaint was filed by one Ramesh Shah, a resident of Vasai town in Thane district. Shah purchased a Motorola handset (Moto Ming – A1200) for Rs. 10,200 from a local dealer, Sanghavi Infocom, on April 13, 2008.

The next day Shah found the sound in the handset was feeble. He complained about the same to the dealer, who, however, insisted there was no fault in the mobile piece.

Later, a service centre of Motorola, Siddhivinayak Tele, attended to the complaint and rectified the fault.

However, Shah’s woes did not end as he found more problems with the handset, which was finally replaced.

However, the new handset was also found to be faulty.

Finally, the service centre collected the handset on March 21, 2009 from Shah but never…………… continues on NDTV

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