6 March 2013 by Permi Krishna
Based in Illinois, Motorola is an American telecommunications MNC, now owned by Google.
Motorola’s first smartphone implemented Google’s Android 2.0 OS and was released in 2009, as Motorola Droid. Motorola Droid supported a CDMA format while its later version, Motorola Milestone released in Europe a month later, was a GSM enabled phone.
Motorola’s recent smartphones are 4G LTE enabled, with internet access at incredibly high speeds; and offer several of Google’s mobile services like Google Maps, Google+ Hangouts, Google Chrome, Voice Actions etc. The higher end Motorola smartphones also offer Google Play, which provides you multimedia, books and other kinds of online entertainment applications.
In addition, Google Cloud allows you to watch, read, or listen to music pretty much anywhere. Furthermore, Motorola phones have a battery extending software called SMARTACTIONS which can be customized by you to make your phone’s battery live longer.
Today’s Motorola market includes diverse series like Motorola Electrify, Droid Razar, Droid Razar M, Droid Razer MAXX HD, Motorola Atrix HD and Motorola Photon Q. The latest and best Motorola phones implement the latest operating systems like Android 4.0x Ice Cream Sandwich, 4.1.x and 4.2 Jelly Bean making smartphone usage more advanced and convenient than ever.