- Apr 2, 2010
- Reaction score
- Current Phone Model
- Droid Turbo 2 & Galaxy S7
In particular, Motorola plans to continue investing in so-called “smart actions” — rules designed to make it easier for novice users to make their phones act the way they want them to.
For example, if a phone is consistently running low on battery, the phone recommends settings to improve battery life. If a user misses several calls in a row, the phone can suggest turning up the ringer.
All of those options were there, Motorola says, but required users to know the exact control panels and settings that needed to be tweaked.
“You need to be a geek to do that,” Senior VP Alain Mutricy said in a briefing with reporters.