Motorola’s automated smartphone rule system first appeared on its Droid Razr; a way of sidestepping laborious menu hopping for everyday tweaks and extra functionality — with some location-based awareness thrown in. Motorola’s senior VP, Alain Mutricy, recently announced that the company plans to continue the roll-out of this smart actions system, presumably on its Razr series, which will also see further expansion this year. The VP added that Motorola will focus on its high-end hands in the US, continuing to roll-out LTE capable handsets. Moto’s earnings report will arrive soon and should set the stage for whatever else its new owners are plotting for 2012.
Motorola to continue pushing ‘smart actions’, wants to make you look cleverer