Sanjay Jha Talks Android With Engadget


jhaThe folks at Engadget got some face time with Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha and asked some pretty interesting questions. The result? Some pretty interesting answers. Here are some tidbits we came away with but make sure you visit Engadget for the full interview transcript:

  • Backflip very similiar to the CLIQ
  • Motorola will probably publish unique  APIs that allow the reverse touchpad to be used in games/apps in unique ways
  • Thinks Google’s new distribution model isn’t much different than BestBuy/Amazon and they are just leveraging all their website visitors
  • “The day that launches, 2.1 will be available to us and we’ll upgrade the Droid to 2.1.”
  • Updating MOTO BLUR devices will take a tad longer but they’ll still make the effort to do it
  • Motorola will bring a tablet to market in United States in the future

[Via Engadget]

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  1. Sounds good to me!

  2. Too bad he didn’t tell Mr. Jha to hire me back. I was fired for posting on BGR. Isn’t that some shit?

  3. @BDW sorry man that sucks.

    Biggest news here is the unique APIs I suppose. I’d love to see that go somewhere. The rest sounds cool too.

  4. Well Nexus One is out, where is my 2.1 update for droid?!

  5. “The day that launches…” ? What? What day is he talking about? Regarding Android 2.1 being available for the Droid.

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