Motorola's President and COO, Rick Osterloh, hosted a Twitter chat yesterday under the hashtag #AskRickO in which he answered a few questions regarding the company's expansion, release plans, device updates, and showed his current phone and watch setups.

The most interesting bit of information came in reply to Sumer Broota, who asked him whether Motorola had any plans to release a tablet this year. Rick said no and pointed toward Lenovo's line of Yoga tablets as an alternative.

When asked about the Lollipop update for the Moto X 1st gen (2013), he explained that it was still in the very early testing stages. He also confirmed upcoming news for the Moto G 2015 with LTE, the company's commitment to Pure Edition devices, and the annual release cycle for all models including the Moto X.

Rick also said the company doesn't have any plans to release a smaller size Moto X or a phone with a physical keyboard. On the Lenovo acquisition, he enthusiastically shared that he felt very welcomed, and he announced that Motorola's focus for 2015 is on contextual awareness, Moto Maker, and expanding countries and price points.