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Motorola announces Q3 financial results, things are looking bright

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Motorola announces Q3 financial results, things are looking bright - read the full textMotorola's financial results for Q3 are out and things are not as bad as some might have been expecting. The company is just to go through a meeting with shareholders on November 17 to discuss what seems to be inevitable acquisition from Google. Financially, Motorola Mobility reports the...

 

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> In reply to Salem @ 2011-10-30 06:51 from MGG} - click to readAgreed Salem, on almost every point you said. Hopefully, now that the hardware and great product is there, Motorola will be able to make the push into marketing their stuff well too.

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  • 2011-10-30 09:03
  • mTWB

I've been looking forward to hear from Moto, and it's been great news for me to see the announcement of the Droid Razr, I was never fond of the idea of using touchphones but that has changed drastically ever since I switched to SGS2.

I'm really looking forward to make the Droid Razr switch, but it's such a letdown to see Motorola not doing great where I come from (UAE or some might know it by Dubai/DXB), maybe they're strong at the corporate business but in the mobile-consumer segment it's very hard for me to find the latest product availability & wide accessory availability.


I really hope they fix that, and (off topic):
SAMSUNG are terrible in distributing wide range of accessories.. I don't understand this, ever since the release of the SG1, you can't find a mono-headset for gods sake, let alone the docks.. iphones are becoming mainstream here, the same goes with blackberries.

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  • 2011-10-30 06:51
  • MGG}

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2011-10-29 15:25 from P$uD - click to readSeriously, I am still shocked. I bet Samsung had no idea Motorola would come out of nowhere and just blast them away with a phone this slim.

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  • 2011-10-29 17:24
  • 3YbX

> In reply to androidman121 @ 2011-10-28 18:01 from IT@I - click to readYou are correct but RAZR with 1.2 GHz dual-core Cortex-A9 CPU, PowerVR SGX540 GPU, TI OMAP 4430 chipset should just be fine cause let me give you a gentle reminder that it also depends on what apps you would use on a daily basis.......so not all the apps do justice to the dual cores always.

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  • 2011-10-29 15:25
  • P$uD

gooo moto

go

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  • 2011-10-29 11:51
  • L6ZC

I love motorola
I need moto

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  • 2011-10-29 09:34
  • L6ZA

> In reply to androidman121 @ 2011-10-28 18:01 from IT@I - click to readMany compare Razr to Nexus, cos Nexus was a big disappointment, and some actually feel it is a downgrade in some ways from the SGS2, making the comparison valid.

With Google in Motorola's corner, and Razr winning industry acknowledgement, it is quite fair to call the Razr the King of Android for now, until something better comes along.

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  • 2011-10-28 22:57
  • 3YbX

> In reply to x2 @ 2011-10-28 17:17 from LHeE - click to readI love Sony so I'm really happy

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  • 2011-10-28 19:01
  • LaCn

Listen all of u a little bunch of free ppl tht choose to be moto fan i like moto bt @mr.anonymous u shuldnt cmpare razr with gs2 u can cmpare it with galaxy nexus cx they have the same quality of hardware bt gs2 with its arm cotex exynos chipset and mali 400 gpu its unbeatable its affect wuld be equal to what sensation and atrix have dne on gs2 they have dne nothing actually gs2 is a legend noone can frget tht

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  • 2011-10-28 18:01
  • IT@I

Finally all these people bad mouthing Moto can eat there words. That's what I'm talking boys. Make sense?

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  • 2011-10-28 17:19
  • SwRE

Motorola Mobility continues to bleed money. Every quater the same story. Just like LG i SE. Money bleeding companies.

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  • 2011-10-28 17:17
  • LHeE

Motorola Razr will set the cash Registers ringing again for sure!! Thats one ultra hot phone that will be giving Nexus & SII some nightmares............should be available throught the globe ASAP though.

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  • 2011-10-28 17:12
  • P$uD

Surely Moto is back but will do even better with the IMPOSSIBLY thin phone in the world the Rarz and the Droid 4. We just hope that the merge with Google will help Moto to update faster their devices.

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  • 2011-10-28 16:40
  • fjfx
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> In reply to Fongy @ 2011-10-28 16:22 from GjjS - click to readNow the real thing is...

Google will make Motorola an excellent company (as it used to be)

And now they will have all the prime Updates, since Google will release first the updates for their own phones...

Bright move.

And the RAZR can kick a$$ of any other phone around.....

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  • 2011-10-28 16:26
  • Pr@3

I don't know what to think about Motorola... back in the day I used to love them...
But their terrible reputation of not updating phones has severely tarnished their image - many of my friends have been left with old software and their products don't work terribly well - even the higher spec ones...
I think it's odd Google has decided to acquire them...
I guess they were going cheap...

Personally something like the Atrix is as generic and bland as it gets, and no amount of incredibly overpriced and unnecessary accessories are going to change that...

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  • 2011-10-28 16:22
  • GjjS

motorola lacking of distrubution own mobiles around the world.

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  • 2011-10-28 16:04
  • 0xMa

Nice to see Motorola making a comeback.

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  • 2011-10-28 15:52
  • MVg6

100,000 Xoom tablets in one quarter. They sold about 750,000 in total. Either way, the tablet sales figures are not a Motorola issue, but an issue with Android/Honeycomb. There is not yet a compelling value proposition to choose a non iOS device, no matter your allegiance.

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  • 2011-10-28 15:45
  • nFGt

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