Motorola has announced that their Android mobile phones will now be using Microsoft's search engine Bing in their smartphones to be sold in China.
Online PR News – 18-March-2010 – – Motorola has managed to amaze the mobile phone industry once again with their latest announcement. The company has decided that motorola mobile phones, atleast all the Android OS based versions of the company will from now on have the default search engine as Microsoft's Bing in all its smartphones to be sold in China.
Most of the industry is surprised due to the fact that Motorola's recently launched Droid models which used the Google's operating system will now be facing problems. Android mobile phones of the company usually have Google as the default search engine preprogrammed in their handsets. But things seemed to have changed especially in the companies smartphone market in China.
The recent internet usage policy wars in the country has attracted the attention of other search engine giants looking for fresh pastures in case Google packs out of the country. This will be a great new development for the Microsoft search engine Bing which has been struggling to create a foothold in the search engine market. This will be an interesting move by Motorola mobile phones(http://www.mobilerainbow.org/motorola-mobile-phones.html) as well who are still waiting for the reaction from the public and whether they do find Bing as use full as Google has been.
Also the companies Android Operating system based smartphones are also waiting in anticipation for how the market will like these cell phones. It seems like an anxious time for both Microsoft and Motorola.