By Anton D. Nagy | January 15, 2014 3:47 AM
The Motorola Moto X is coming to Europe next month, as revealed by the Google-owned phone-maker, but we haven’t heard anything about the company’s plans for tablets for quite some time (to be more specific, since the Xoom 2). However, it appears that the Moto X-maker is considering a come-back to the tablet game, with style we might add. However, it might not happen very soon though.
CEO Dennis Woodside unveiled in a recent interview that not only Motorola is considering a tablet, but that Moto Maker, the service used to customize the Moto X, might branch out: “we are looking at tablets. A lot of people have asked us to build a tablet using Moto Maker, to customize their tablet. There might be a day we do that, but the bigger opportunity for us is the five billion people without smartphones,” the CEO added. Of course, Motorola’s top priority, aside from the five billion people without smartphones, is, as Woodside puts it, mobile internet: “We have to decide and convince consumers we stand for something and what we are focused on is the mobile internet.”
That being said, would you like a Moto Maker-customizable Motorola tablet at a Moto X/Moto G-like low price-tag?