Motorola And Magenta Marrying On September 10th?

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Sascha Segan over at PC Mag (via Gearlog) has posted up an interesting theory on why he feels the Motorola event will be a T-mobile based launch. Through the simple process of elimination, Sascha explains one of the standout reasons. One of the keynote speakers is our dear overlord, T-mobile CTO Cole Brodman. Other factors such as details that Verizon and Sprint are either stating to be missing the event altogether, and with AT&T playing coy, all signs point to our beloved magenta. Motorola is hedging its bets on the Android game, T-mobile is betting serious money on Android so perhaps a match made in heaven? More importantly of course, is another question, what device will be shown? The Morrison? Will more than one device be offered up for our viewing and hands on pleasure? In any event, nine days and counting till we have our answers. Until then we wait and see just how bad Motorola wants back in the game and if they are really bringing their big guns.

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  • FILA

    although im interested in anything T-Mobile and always up for some hpye and cant wait to see what this brings next week, am I the only one not “really” excited for this? I mean me and moto, you know, not quite. now if it was a HTC announcment for the v2 then id be jumping off the walls

  • Ivan

    I hope it Moto offers a great Android Phone on Tmob, I would really like to be able to buy a US product (even if manufactured offshore).

  • just some dude

    ok so tmo has seen that android is a money maker for then, now they just have to get some killer phone designs. i think handset design is where tmo is lacking right now, if they button that down they will climb to number three or dare i say number two in top mobile carrier.

  • acsteffy87

    the main thing i wish that would happen for android on T-Mobile is some modified android devices. Like Sense(HTC) and Blur(Motorola). But i believe that T-Mobile has some kind of contract to only allow android devices that are “Google Experience” devices, its a shame. Sense really shows us what is possible with android and i know other companies can really push the limits on this OS, But T-Mobile will be left out unfortunately