The Moto X and the Moto G feature a relatively stock version of Android which has been widely praised by the customers. And according to VP of Software over at Motorola, Punit Soni, the company will continue this trend going forward. This is excellent news for fans of Motorola who can expect more stock Android running smartphones launching in the future.
Soni also mentioned that the company will look to emphasize on the camera of its future smartphones and not just limit the software to do its job. So expect beefy camera sensors to come with future Motorola devices as well.
Overall, it seems like Motorola is in good hands even though it’s not run by Google anymore. The first Motorola smartphone after the Lenovo acquisition is set to arrive in the second half of 2014, so we still have a bit of waiting to do.
You can watch Punit Soni’s complete Google Hangouts interview from the link below.