Motorola’s higher end smartphones will soon have the Webtop application that will allow users to connect their phone to a docking station, with a large screen and keyboard, to make it work like a netbook.
This announcement was made by Motorola’s chief executive officer Sanjay Jha during the Morgan Stanley media conference.
The Motorola Webtop functionality was first presented at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January.
The memory and processor of the new smartphones will be enough to even run personal computer apps and, of course, a browser. Motorola expects the Webtop application to become a popular innovation in the near future.
Motorola also plans to introduce a seven inch tablet into the market before the end of the year. The company has just released Motorola Xoom, which is the first tablet to run Android Honeycomb, the operating system specifically designed for tablets.
Jha also said he believed tablet prices would go down because of reduction in tablet component prices.