Motorola is poised to release ten new Android mobile phones in months to come, it has been reported.
According to Global Equities’ Trip Chowdry, who claims to have been tipped off by unnamed industry sources, all of the upcoming mobile phones will arrive between now and July 2010.
Mr Chowdry also posited that the handsets will have price points of between £25 and £244.
Speculation over the phone manufacturer’s plans comes weeks ahead of the UK launch of its debut handset on Google’s Android platform, the Motorola Dext.
Orange is confirmed as a UK carrier and will offer the mobile telephone from £34.26 on a 24-month contract. This will include 900 anytime, any network minutes and unlimited texts as well as inclusive satellite navigation with Orange Maps.
Previously codenamed the Morrisson, the Dext features a full QWERTY keyboard, a five megapixel camera and will offer expandable memory up to 32GB.
The new phone will also employ Motorola’s patented Motoblur technology, which aims to enhance the social networking experience offered by Android mobiles.