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Motorola Commits to Releasing More than 20 Smartphones in 2010

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Oct 28, 2009, 9:03 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Today Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha said that the company plans to releasing at least 20 new smartphones before the end of 2010. He wouldn't say if they all will run Android, or if other platforms, such as Windows Mobile, will be supported.

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Drunk

Oct 28, 2009, 2:03 PM

Quantity vs Quality

Motorola just can't get it right. They never seem to get a phone out that works well. Our store stopped carrying them. We don't have a single Motorola phone in the store. If they backed up one, just one of their products with updates and firmware fixes, maybe then they would be an ok company. (I know they do... sometimes... not often enough)
I love their walkie talkies, I love walkie talkies in general and Motorola makes the best. They make the best walkie talkies and when the world ends in Zombie chaos, cell phones will not work, we will have to rely on the CB and walkie talkie. I love technology, I hate Motorola cell phones.
Can you even believe, now this is the kicker, can you even believe that the walkie talkies they make can be charge...
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Know that you are not a good cell phone company. You plan on making 20 phones, you will back up maybe 1 or 2 of those phones. You will never succeed unless you produce a quality product... like your walkie talkies. I love them because they work. Your ...
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flip mode

Oct 28, 2009, 3:42 PM

See what making cheap products does....

to your reputation. Like the razr v8's paint peels off and the phone freezes. I look at motorola like i look at dodge/chrysler vehicles. they're real eye candy but damn are they cursed with some real bad electric/electronic problems. Who would buy phones from a company that makes garbage with a high end price tag? This coming from a disappointed long time loyal customer of motorola who has bought everything motorola from c.b radios to beepers, cell phones and more. I miss the good old days of quality over quantity and things made in the u.s.a with style.
flip mode said:
... I miss the good old days of quality over quantity and things made in the u.s.a with style.


I always favored Motorla phones, especially Nextel quality phones. I'm not an "iPhone Lover" (for lack o...
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Motorola's products for VZW have been better than the competition in terms of fit and finish for the last three years or so. Contrast with LG, for example, which insist on chroming everything... and the chrome always peels off. Their plastics/paint al...
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Well...they have a new CEO, let's see if that ends up meaning anything.
ibnturab

Oct 28, 2009, 1:19 PM

If **it Happens, Break out another razr

I guess moto is back to business as usual. They got a pseudo positive feedback for their yet unreleased androids phones moto cliq and droid, so now they will flood the market with these types of phones. I hope their products will be more innovative and feature packed than the 'razr' was. And I also hope they don't go off of their old razr model either ... if the going gets tough, produce more razrs-mentality. Aliens invade the planet .. no problem, throw a droid at them, if it doesn't take care of them, fine, throw a razr at them. Still alive, no problem, break out the old Startac and irradiate them to death. Drooling
Power to the people!
Azeron

Oct 28, 2009, 10:31 AM

Wow!

Laughing Twenty Motorola smartphones! Happy, happy, joy, joy! Laughing
But do they have carrier commitments?
I'm glad to see this also, Motorola is the inventor of the cell phone, I don't want to see them fall. Personally though I do feel they give the Asian market too much attn, considering Moto is an American company!
 
 
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