Motorola is once again “looking at tablets”

Motorola  kickstarted its smartphone business last year with the well-received Moto X as well as the highly affordable Moto G smartphone. The former debuted with Moto Maker, Motorola’s online studio that lets customers add their personal touch to the smartphone. Its possible that in the future Motorola might release a tablet that’s also customizable using Moto Maker, Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside says that the company is “looking at tablets”.

The Moto Maker helped Motorola remake a name for itself in the smartphone world with individually customized devices and now it may be hoping to do the same for tablets. During an interview with Pocket-lint, Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside let slip that tablets are still very much in consideration by Motorola and the company hopes to offer customization as something other competing products don’t. “We are looking at tablets,” Woodside told Pocket-lint. “A lot of people have asked us to build a tablet using Moto Maker, to customize their tablet. There might be a day we do that, but the bigger opportunity for us is the five billion people without smartphones.”

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By Alfie Joshua

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