I bought motorola milestone from USA now i'am using in Cambodia
I want to upgrate my v 2.1 to 2.2, How can i do. my friend use HTC wildfire v 2.1 he can upgrate to v 2.2 on his phone,why milestone not yet...................?
Solid growth of the company's
Quartely revenue $ 2.420 million, up by 33% year over year. Operating in come was $ 72 million compared with an operating loss of $ 166 million in the year-ago quarter .
yes Moto begin to run.
Anonymous, 27 Jan 2011sorry bud but reasearch is in motion and old school flip phones dont sell anymore so adapt to ... moreWhat are you talking about flip phones don't sell. RIM must be doing something right cause if they weren't they wouldn't have made the Blackberry Style in the first place. Also by that comment your also saying that the razor and other flip phones didn't sell for their cellphone companies respectively.
Anonymous, 28 Jan 2011 moto begin to run nokia & lg begin to dying Beginning to die? I think you need to re-read the story all over again. I don't know how you expect Motorola to rise from your point of view loosing 26 to 70 million? Can you let me know which company so I can buy stock from them.
For Q1 of 2011 Motorola expects lower sales and a net loss of $26 to $62 million.
And things are "starting to look good"? They're doing worse than Nokia, and don't even get me started on LG. Sigh, poor LG.
At least HTC is going along fine. That's like the only company that least tries to make Android phones that don't SUCK in some way. Go HTC.
congratz moto! Well,i hope that there will be android razors,they would be great! just like the previous poster says,not everyone like android touchscreens...ill anticipate it...
JAG, 27 Jan 2011Yeah, well done MOTO, keep like that. Wanna see you be number 2 or 3 again!!Hey JAG, for me I want to see them back on 1st position. :)
Anonymous, 27 Jan 2011sorry bud but reasearch is in motion and old school flip phones dont sell anymore so adapt to ... moreGuess you have never been to Japan, where a good majority of people (at leaset 80%, if not 90%) use flip phones, and phones in Japan are actually more advance than others around the world.
I don't know if you drive or not, though I'll likely keep my Moto V9 despite having Milestone, Cliq, XT720 and Defy...because when I drive, I find it quite difficult to management touchscreen operation.
Answering calls is easy through a button on my Bluetooth. However, if I need to dial out, here are the steps for touchscreen phones:
3)Open the dial menu
Vs. on my V9, I just need to
1)Open the flip
Plus, when using my flip phone, practically I don't even need to look at the screen, as I can "feel" by opening the flip and press the hard buttons. However, for touchscreen phones, likely I need to take my eyes off the road for a second just to make sure I slide my fingers at the right spot to unlock....
Or else, do you have a better suggestion?
Anonymous, 27 Jan 2011Well done Moto! How about making some hi-spec flip phones now? Not everyone wants an Android t... moresorry bud but reasearch is in motion and old school flip phones dont sell anymore so adapt to technologie, it will do you good.
$2.4 billion and only generated $72 million of net profit??
jesus, where is all the money going? research, materials, employees, taxes??? the remaining is less than 10 percent
Yeah, well done MOTO, keep like that.
Wanna see you be number 2 or 3 again!!
motofan.ir, 27 Jan 2011well done moto
go go and goooooooooooo
we love u moto Why are you saying well done? It basically says they're expecting a net loss of $26 to $62 million in the first quarter.
@ firstman I seriously want to know what going on there.
good to know this...well done moto im waiting atrix to replace my milestone...hope my milestone get froyo ASAP to...^^
Well done Moto! How about making some hi-spec flip phones now? Not everyone wants an Android touchscreen...
Verizon Motorola Droid X2 (Daytona) will have dual-core Tegra 2 processor, 960×540 touchscreen
Since the Motorola Droid has received a successor only a few months after its release, there’s no reason that the Droid X wouldn’t get the same treatment. And, according to HotHardware, a trusty source has informed them that the Droid X will, indeed, have a successor that will launch later this year.
The phone is codenamed Daytona at the moment, but the name it will be sold in may be Droid X2 – and that would make sense, especially considering that one of the main additions to it compared to the original will be a dual-core processor.
The Droid X2 will be powered by an Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core 1 GHz CPU. The only other major improvement as opposed to the original will be in the screen resolution, which will get bumped up to 960×540 (the Droid X has a resolution of 854X480). The screen size, however, will remain the same, still at 4.3 inches. The upcoming Motorola Atrix 4G will also have a 960×540 screen, so this makes sense and it looks like it will be Moto’s resolution of choice for its high-end smartphones for some time to come.
Other than that, the Droid X2 will be identical to the Droid X, even on the outside. Interestingly, the battery capacity will remain the same – let’s hope that dual-core goodness won’t take a great toll there. The camera will be 8 MP, but improved to take pictures faster. There will be a microSD card slot, and details about the integrated RAM and ROM are still unknown.
The Droid X2 will apparently launch with Android 2.2 Froyo on board, which is a bit disappointing, considering that Android 2.3 Gingerbread is already out on Google’s Nexus S and will surely be coming to other devices in the mean time.
The Motorola Droid X2 will be available in the US from Verizon. The pricing isn’t known yet, but expect it to fall in line with other high-end smartphones. It’s also unclear if the Droid X2 will be LTE capable or not.
and this is new verzion flagship or droid bionic !!??