January 28, 2010 | by Marin Perez
Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha said it is working on an Android phone that will be sold directly through Google’s online store. Will this handset be the Nexus Two?
According to the transcripts from Moto’s fourth quarter earnings call, Jha said, in 2010, “we plan to launch at least 20 devices, including at least one direct-to-consumer device with Google.” The company is planning to focus on the mid-to-high-end spaces, and these will mainly include Android devices. We already know they’re bringing a boatload of Android phones to China, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see at least 5 phones for U.S. carriers.
As for a potential Nexus Two, I’d imagine it would be very Droid-like with a slide-out keyboard, but retain the smoother sides of the Nexus One. What would you like to see from the next Nexus phone?
Image courtesy of MotoDev