Motorola has developed a new open-source Mobile Linux platform, called MOTOMAGX. This new-gen platform offers more possibilities for the developers and supports 3rd party applications, including those created in J2ME, and later editions, native Linux apps. The first phones to use MOTOMAGX will be yet unavailable MOTOROKR Z6 and the RAZR2 V8.
The company has already sold over 9 million handsets based on Linux OS, and plans to expand its range of Linux-based mobile phones to 60% in the following years.
If you're a developer, go to http://www.motorola.com/developer to get your hands on the MOTODEV Studio for Java ME. Later, in the end of the year you will also get Linux and WebUI plugins for the application.