Some claims are preposterous, but some are within believable limits. For example, Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha has made some interesting comments for the company's lineup, which includes the possibility of having a Motorola device powered by a 2GHz processor by the end of this year.
Slashgear - Motorola’s Android ambitions aren’t exactly unknown, but CEO Sanjay Jha has squeezed out a new tidbit that has left us even more keen to see what’s in the pipeline. Speaking at the Executives Club of Chicago this week, Jha revealed that Motorola plans to have a 2GHz Android smartphone on the market by the end of 2010. Other sources at the company are quoted as saying the device will “incorporate everything that is technologically possible in a smartphone today.”
One has to realize that with the ever increasing processing power of such chips, there's also the question of whether its power efficiency and management will be improved to match the power consumption. For the moment, we'll keep our eyes and ears peeled for more information on this development with Motorola. Check out the full story over here.