We've already heard rumours that Motorola might be working on a new Google phone that will eventually become the new Nexus Two mobile. A design that the company refers to as the Shadow. Well, now, Motorola's CEO Sanjay Jha has taken the bull by the horns and come out to confirm that they are working on a Google phone after all. He said that Motorola will be releasing the new design this year.
Further, the similarities continue because the Motorola-derived Nexus phone, "will be sold directly to consumers", just like Google's Nexus One. Frustratingly, Jha failed to give us any further details about the new design, when the phone will be officially announced or even if the Shadow is, in fact, the designated handset, according to The Street website.
In related news, Motorola announced its financial results for Q4 of 2009, earning $142 million for the period, selling 12 million phones in the process with 2 million of those being new smartphones.
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