Additional versions of Motorola's Atrix smartphone-laptop combo will be rolled out as Android "alternatives" to tablets, the firm has confirmed.
Sanjay Jha, chairman and chief executive officer of Motorola Mobility, explained there's a lot more to come for Atrix.
He stated that the device is an "alternative" way of merging mobility and computing.
"In the Android ecosystem, there is a need for us to differentiate," Mr Jha said.
"[With] Atrix devices with the Webtop and lap-dock we really think there is an alternative way of viewing the convergence between mobility and computing. And we will continue to focus on that.”
Meanwhile, new research has found that 38 per cent of all smartphones in Britain now run Google Android, compared to 35.9 per cent in France and 35.5 per cent in Germany.
Further to this, Android has significant market share in Japan and America, with 58.3 per cent and 54.7 per cent respectively.
Posted by Simon Jones