Motorola is pinning its hopes on a range of Android mobile phones to recover ground it has lost to other mobile industry players.
Indications that the company sees the Android operating system as a means of clawing back market share have been revealed by a press release for an event to be held on September 15th.
Invitations for the mystery event show the Android robot logo on the front, prompting speculation that it will see the unveiling of two new Android powered mobiles, namely the Morrison and the Scholes.
Very little is known about the Scholes, but the Morrison is reported to include a full slide out QWERTY keyboard, an HVGA large touchscreen, five megapixel camera as well as a 528MHz processor.
News of the phone manufacturer’s plans comes after a period when it has struggled to maintain its status as one of the world’s leading industry players in the face of the success of relative newcomers to the sector such as LG and iPhone 3G S manufacturer Apple.
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