One thing is common with high-end smartphones like those running Android on the market now -- they are expensive. None of the devices are cheap with most selling for about $200. With the poor economy, some consumers who are interested in Android may be priced out of the market.
Motorola says that will change and promises that cheaper Android devices are coming. Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha said that it would offer more smartphones running Android and that the devices will be spread across more price points.
Jha maintains that Motorola will have a pair of Android phones on the market by the holiday season with two major carriers in America. The devices will also reportedly be offered with multiple carriers outside of the U.S. as well. Jha says that Motorola plans to take Android as low down the feature phone tier as it possible can.
[via PC Mag]