Google buys Motorola Mobility and will be able to build its own phones.
The leader of Google, Larry Page, announced Tuesday, May 22, the buyout of Motorola Mobility by his company for an amount of approximately 12.5 billion$. With this acquisition, Google has now men and the technology to develop its own mobile devices, equipped, exclusive, latest advances of their mobile operating system Android. In 2011, Google had launched its first phone, the Nexus, in partnership with Samsung. It was the first model running Android 4.0.