Motorola to push Linux-based handsets in 2007

  • Motorola plans to push sales of Linux-based handsets in the US and European markets starting in 2007, with a plan being for Linux to support over 50% of the handsets released by Motorola, according to sources at Taiwan handset makers that are familiar with Motorola's handset roadmap. Motorola will launch Linux-based handsets for all market segments, with the price range falling between $100 and $300 for the entry-level and mid-range segments, the sources noted.

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