Motorola executives have highlighted the business functionality of the company's range of mobile devices as the latest models are about to hit the stores.
The Motorola Xoom and Atrix are "ready for business", Ruth Hennigar, vice president of software product management at Motorola Mobility, told V3.co.uk at a one-day MotoDev App Summit event in central London.
"From a software perspective, any Motorola device can be ready for business as our enterprise software works on any handset," she said.
"The end consumer will have a choice of device and will not be restricted to a specific 'enterprise' device."
Paul Leeper, senior director of ecosystem partnership and management at Motorola Mobility, noted that the software configuration of the Xoom will allow more flexibility than the Google Experience Device (GED) that shipped in the US.
"Although we built the Xoom, Google dictated the process in the US. However, the devices shipping in Europe are not GEDs and so there is a lot more flexibility as far as preloaded software is concerned," he said.
"We don't want to clutter the device, but we want to put the things that are critical, including productivity tools such as Quickoffice."
Another key difference between the US and European devices is that customers in the UK will be able to download and use Adobe Flash 10.2 out of the box.
However, there will be a slight wait for Motorola's official remote device management features. These security features are in the process of being rolled out as they are based on the technology acquired from 3LM in February.
Leeper also hinted that the MotoBlur interface could yet make an appearance on the tablet, noting that the overlay remains "very important to Motorola".
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