It seems there has been Verizon news trickling out of the Barclays Capital Global Communications, Media & Technology conference almost every day this week, and now we've got more news for you. Speaking at the Barclays conference, Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha had quite a bit to say about Android, Verizon, and the company's plans for future devices. Jha explained that nearly all of his focus is on Android and that the company would be "aggressive" in bringing Android 2.2 to its phones.
When asked about HTC, Jha responded by saying that he wasn't concerned that devices like the Incredible would eat into his company's phone sales because Motorola has more Droid phones for Verizon in the pipeline. We're assuming one of the devices he is referring to is the Motorola Shadow (DROID 2?), but who knows what else the company has planned.
Lastly, Jha touted the popularity of Motoblur, saying that the skinned version of Android had surpassed one million users and that a new version would be available later this year. It looks like Motorola and Verizon are getting pretty cozy lately, but here's to hoping that Moto will bring some quality DROID-like devices to other carriers, such as AT&T.