Motorola Scraps MPx Launch
Apr 18, 2005, 2:01 PM by (staff)
A Motorola spokesperson today confirmed that the company has canceled production of the MPx Windows Mobile Pocket PC device, confirming a report last week by DigiTimes. Motorola has dropped plans for commercial launch of the device beyond Malaysia and several smaller Asian countries where the phone saw limited release. The company will continue to use the MPx for limited carrier and market trials to learn more about the mobile enterprise market. Motorola emphasized that it is still committed to the mobile professional market and Windows Mobile, and will introduce a new line of devices for mobile professionals later this year. The company denied reports that the MPx220 has been discontinued.
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WELL ITS OFFICIAL...
From the way I see it...
When it came to the V60 series, they tended to just improve the existing line. This became so tiresome. The MPX series did have plenty of potential, but at the same time, it could have been so much worse.
The MPX series is like V60 series in many ways... You can only improve it so much. Eventually, you must move on...
This just means that there will be more possibilities out there. Motorola is in the business of making or breaking the mold. They will come out with something even better sooner or later.
When it came to the V60 s
MPX 300 and where to buy it