Motorola’s co-CEO, Sanjay Jha recently took part in a conference hosted by Barclays, the perfect occasion for him to speak about Moto’s future plans. Apparently, they include more Droid devices and perhaps even that tablet we’re so eagerly waiting for.


Jha considers tablets “companion devices” and for now Moto is thinking about the right solution for this segment. The official also talked about the possibility of his company building an in-house OS, or acquiring a company specialized on software. However, nearly all the focus at Motorola is on Android right now.

Since he mentioned Android, Jha wanted to remind everyone that version 2.2 will be pushed to Moto’s phones soon enough, complete with Flash support. Also, Moto’s official didn’t seem worried about the HTC Droid Incredible, since he has a couple of Droids of his own ready to compete with it. Is Droid Shadow one of these? We’ll wait and see…

Jha announced that Motoblur now has over 1 million users and a new version of the interface will be introduced later in 2010. No info on the official’s role at Motorola when the company splits into two business next year, though…

[via Engadget]

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