Google CEO Larry Page had a talk at their earnings call today, hinting that the company could make Motorola's next device more durable than the current smartphones we all know and love. Page talked about battery life, water damage and drops, saying that those things shouldn't be an issue for a smartphone.
Page added "Having just seen Motorola's upcoming products myself, I'm real excited about the potential there. In just under a year, they have accomplished a lot, and have impressive velocity and execution". Motorola's next phones are rumored to be running stock Android, something that excites me, a lot. We should hopefully hear about Motorola's next phone at Google I/O in June.
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