Motorola Mobility, which is part of Google, has approved the sale of its manufacturing plant in China. The factory was sold to Flextronics.
Reported by Cnet on Wednesday (12/12/2012), through an agreement between the two companies, workers as well as the existing assets will be transferred to Flextronics as the deal has been completed, in the first half of 2013. Flextronics is a manufacturing service provider based in Singapore.
The agreement allows Motorola to move more efficiently under Google. Motorola has been working to reduce the amount of a product release and only focus on a few core device. The product line includes the Razr.
“A deal with Flextronics is an important step forward for us in an attempt to change the entire supply chain into a competitive advantage for Motorola Mobility,” said Senior Vice President of Motorola Mobility, Mark Randall.
Facilities affected by the approval of the sale it is a facility in Tianjin, China and Jauariuna, Brazil. Motorola steps arose over a great handheld device makers do outsource production and cost workers.
Motorola Expands The Jelly Bean Update
After providing the up date the Android operating system 4.1.1 Jelly Bean for the DROID RAZR HD the RAZR MAXX HD and HD, Motorola plans to provide up to date for other products.
The products referred to, among others, Photon Q, Electrify, Droid RAZR, Droid RAZR Maxx, Droid 4 and Droid Bionic. Up date will be gradual in some countries.
Up date is expected to be available in the first quarter of 2012. In some countries in Asia and Latin America, the availability of up to date, highly dependent on the state and operator in related of the country.
Unknown, whether Motorola also provides new features on up to date Jelly Bean’s. On the up date RAZR M, HD and HD MAXX, Motorola also provides two new features for the last two motorola gadgets Google Now and Google Voice Search.