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Monday Poll: What would make you the happiest from Google’s acquisition of Motorola?

Probably some of the biggest news Android has had in a while is Google’s announcement, the purchase of Motorola Mobility for 12.5 billion dollars. Many are speculating what we can look forward to, so we are asking what would make you more happy about this deal. Could we expect a Motorola Nexus device? Moto will unlock their bootloaders and play nice? Or is this the end of Blur as we know it?

Let us know down below your true thoughts on Google’s hefty purchase. We are still waiting to hear what Apple’s thoughts are on all this. Maybe they’re planning a retaliation under a bridge somewhere in Mountain View.

What would make you the happiest from Google's acquisition of Motorola?

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  • Dave

    Honestly I would love for all of the options above to come from the google/motorola deal….

  • Josue Maldonado

    I would like for apple to be destroyed 🙂

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  • Anonymous

    I look forward to a bad-ass Googlerola Nexus Kore uberphone. 

  • Anonymous

    That “other” option needs to be changed to “All of the above.”

  • Ohiwastedmylife

    Google is tired of getting bossed around through patents and production capabilities. They want to beef up their ability to push out devices every 3 months rather than every year and kick Jobs in his apples.

  • Atkinste000

    droid 2 global gingerbread

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  • SugaShane

    Can someone explain to me the benefits of an unlocked bootloader? 

  • J Dub

    Wheres the all of the above?

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  • Anonymous

    All of the above , except the Nexus should still go to the company that earns it.

    • Exactly my thoughts. Let the manufacturer earn the right to make the flagship device. I personally think LG should get a go. Their build quality is pretty good (way better than Samsung at least) and they make good looking devices too. Their inner hardware is not bad at all. Only place they fall short is the software but Google could help with that and it would be stock anyway, so no custom OEM crap..

  • crazyamerican

    That Windows 7 Phone grabs a larger market share

    • Anonymous

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  • Anonymous

    Give me stock Android and timely updates and I’ll have no need for unlocking the bootloader. Also, I don’t think this means an end to the patent wars, but it certainly gives Android a nice coat of armor.

  • BigDaddyEllison

    Between this and Steve “CM” joining Samsung, how do I pick out my next phone?  A Droid Nexus or a CM Samsung?  Win/Win.

  • faster updates to the latest version.

  • Anonymous


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  • Anonymous

    nexus device with moto build quality.

  • Anonymous

    It does not matter. This deal would have been good if at least it would have produced new jobs. Sadly, it does not, so who is it helping anyways? I fear that folks over at Moto will soon be out of a job….

    • Anonymous

      Where did you hear this? Since google clearly said they would run moto as a separate company. I doubt anyone will lose jobs.

  • Anonymous

    Definitely a Moto Nexus for me, best hardware combined with pure android and unlocked bootloader.

    • I agree, apart from the fact that no one can touch Samsung (yet) on internal hardware. They just blow everything away every time. Yes, their build quality is questionable and Moto, HTC and LG have superior build quality. Hope we can get something like Samsung’s hardware with superior build quality from Moto.

      • Anonymous

        Disagree, Moto’s Atrix, Photon and especially Bionic have just as good hardware as the GS2, they both have their advantages and disadvantages (AMOLED and NFC for Samsung but no notification light, smaller batteries, no USB or HDMI ports, etc.).

  • Anonymous

    If they paid me for the ten thousand shares I don’t have.