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The MWC 2015 in Barcelona, ​​Motorola’s president Rick Osterloh told Re/Code, for the company nothing would change. It will continue to do their stuff and will follow its course. Interestingly, Osterloh also suggests that Motorola is likely to make tablets, sector left to Lenovo, according to him.

Furthermore Moto 360 is not all that the company has up its sleeve. “We will be launching more products later this year,” said Osterloh. Does this mean that Motorola is working on fitness tracking device similar to HTC Re Grip? Maybe.

Whether to try to make their OS for smart watches as LG, Osterloh said: “I think this is a terrible idea. We are quite happy with the Android Wear and will continue to work with her.”

The head of Motorola said that there is room for more smartphones. Specifically, Osterloh thinks he has a gap between the Moto G and Moto X, which can be filled. This is a clear hint of midrange smartphone, but will have to wait to see if any real.

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