Motorola is looking to simplify how it makes devices, which could result in additional job cuts at the struggling handset maker, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Sanjay Jha, who heads the mobile devices business, reportedly has opted to focus on Google Android software as the operating system for many new phones.
According to media reports, Motorola will use Android for its mid-tier devices, which account for most of its sales. It will continue to use Windows Mobile for its business-focused devices.
Details of the plan, which could include thousands of layoffs, could be announced tomorrow when the company reports its results.