During an investors conference earlier today, Verizon Wireless CEO Lowell McAdam revealed that the company are planning to introduce Android powered phones “in the near future”.
“Conspiracy theorists … said that we would never do anything with Google, but we have had some very good dialogue with Google,” Verizon Wireless CEO Lowell McAdam told an investor conference in New York, according to a transcript. “We like what we see and we will, in fact, be bringing Android devices to the marketplace in the near future.”
Although McAdam didn’t mention any specifics about the upcoming Verizon Android phones, he did give the impression that a Motorola handset may be among them.
“You’ll see Motorola back into our portfolio. We feel very good about the progress that the Motorola team has made,” McAdam said.
At present T-Mobile is the only carrier in the US to offer a Google Android powered phone the T-Mobile G1.