According to report from Global Equities Research analyst Trip Chowdhry, Motorola plans to release at least 10 Android based phones in the next six to 10 months.
The phones will be sold to end users for $39 to $399, Chowdhry says, citing industry sources.
There has been no official confirmation from Motorola on this story.
Earlier this month, the company announced their first Android smartphone, the Motorola CLIQ, a QWERTY slider with a 3.1-inch HVGA capacitive touchscreen, 3G HSPA and a 5-megapixel camera. The phone – which will launch as the Motorola DEXT outside of the US, and is expected to hit shelves as early as the first full week of October – uses a custom UI and synchronization system the company call MOTOBLUR, which pulls together information from various social networks into a single feed of “happenings”.