Motorola has been very quiet in recent times, especially when it comes to any collaborative devices between it and Google, but now there's finally some concrete information about the two companies' products. According to PCMag, instead of simply going for a bigger screen size, Motorola will instead be going for a size that is described as "just right".Motorola's Design Chief Jim Wicks even commented about the time when Google said that Motorola's current line-up of Razr phones lack the "wow" factor that the search giant is looking for."It comes off as kind of weird to anyone who hears it for the first time, but there have been follow-up discussions and there's no issues with that at all," he said. "We've been spending the past eight months on this next generation of phones, and we've all seen positive feedback and collaboration around things."The first devices as a result of collaboration between the two companies is slated to come out in the second half of 2013. The devices will supposedly run on stock Android and will lack Motorola's MotoBlur UI.
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