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Developer Motorola
OS family Linux
Working state Discontinued
Kernel type Monolithic (Linux)
Official website MOTODEV > Technologies > MOTOMAGX

MotoMagx is an Linux kernel-based mobile operating system developed and launched in 2007 by Motorola to run on their mid-to-high-end mobile phones. The system is based on MontaVista's Mobilinux. Originally intended for the 60% of their upcoming devices,[1] it was soon dropped in favor of Android and Windows Mobile operating systems.[2]


Phones based on this OS are: