Motorola wants to know if you're ready to "skip a generation" at the CES
The Motorola Olympus and the Motorola Etan are expected to show off dual-core processing in a pair of Android smartphones for Motorola and Verizon respectively. That doesn't rule out a smartphone being displayed for Sprint and/or T-Mobile. The dual-core, Honeycomb powered Motorola Everest/StingRay tablet that Andy Rubin carried around at the D: Dive into Mobile conference a couple of weeks ago should also be attracting a crowd at the show.
With the promise of a speedy new processor breathing fresh life into both the handset and the tablet industry, this time what happens in Vegas will get spread around the globe quickly.
1. skymitch89 posted on 21 Dec 2010, 16:13 0 0
A generation? What is that like 4-8 months in tech world?
2. skymitch89 posted on 21 Dec 2010, 16:15 0 0
And what is the Motorola Etan? I haven't heard of that one yet.
5. OsirisRa posted on 21 Dec 2010, 19:21 0 0
Lol, the phone better transform into a pet. Then I'd be impressed.
4. Winfield Scott (unregistered) posted on 21 Dec 2010, 19:11 0 0
Hey editors, think you mean ATT and Verizon respectively.
6. Cody (unregistered) posted on 21 Dec 2010, 19:22 0 0
I hope to see a Verizon LTE phone at CES... could it be from Motorola....?