Motorola to bring handsets with video chat
Though not a big believer in video conferencing, Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha said the company will bring new phones with the feature and says Droid sales continue to be strong.
Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha isn't a "great believer" in video conferencing on mobile phones, but regardless, he said the company will bring two to four new handsets that support the feature later this year.
Jha revealed this little nugget of information after an Executives Club presentation in Chicago, but didn't mention any specific models, simply stating that they would all have front-facing cameras that would allow for video chats.
The move is, no doubt, spurred by the recent launch of the
Also, despite the recent deluge of great Android devices like the Evo and
"(Droid) sales are going extremely well. If I could build more I'd sell more," Jha said, according to Reuters and also mentioned by CNET contributor Brooke Crothers.
Returning to Jha's comment on mobile video conferencing for a second, how many of you are really interested in this feature?