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Motorola MWC announcements: Smartwatch, Moto X in India, Motomaker in Europe

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Motorola believes that it will be a compromise if they try to include other OS ecosystems in their products. “We’d have to compromise if we spread across ecosystems.” When asked if they have any plans for a Windows Phone, now that they are free from Google, the reply was simple : “We are committed to Android.” Also Motorola is looking to keep the UI clean and add as less customisations as possible. “This approach allows us to create, simple, meaningful experiences – like provide software updates quicker than competitors.”
The smartwatch that motorola is working on will most probably run on Android too. When asked about it, the reply was “”All I can comment is stay tuned, it won’t be running Tizen

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