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April 29, 2010



Yes, but they sold 2,3 million devices... up from 2 mill in Q4/09, right? So they are selling what, 15% more?
I think they are letting go all non-smartphones and focusing on building marketshare from smarthones only.

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They're certainly contenders in the smartphone space, but this is a winner-

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but where was the profit? Not in the handsets division! Even as Motorola's phone business declined, it also continued to make losses in its phone business.

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HP, Microsoft, Vodafone; joining other recent new phone makers like Dell, Lenovo, Acer etc. They would do well to consider the

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yes, the smartphones-only Blackberry maker from Canada now makes more mobile phones than Motorola who makes both smartphone and the much cheaper dumbphones. Congratulations RIM ! You are now the biggest handset maker of North


Canada now makes more mobile phones than Motorola who makes both smartphone and the much cheaper dumbphones. Congratulations

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as Moto crashed, its share price soared. I am very happy I am not in the financial analysis racket

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Motorola averaged selling 30 million handsets per quarter. Then came deadly 2009, Moto lost half its customers, crashed and burned, and average

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Microsoft; and still others have, such as SonyEricsson last week and expected also to be similar for Motorola.

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I have been very open about my disagreement with Motorola's recent direction and blogged here for example with an open letter count several other handset


blogged here for example with an open letter to how they should have gone. I also count several other handset

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