Friday July 10, 2020

Motorola gets motoring

Motorola's mobile phones used to look stodgy and dull. In the late 1990s the company fell from a commanding position in the mobile phone market to a fading force.

20th August, 2005

Motorola's mobile phones used to look stodgy and dull. In the late 1990s the company fell from a commanding position in the mobile phone market to a fading force.

From a user's point of view there were solid reasons for this. It was murder trying to switch over to its operating system, especially for Nokia users.

Apart from tri-band functionality, it was often behind its rivals in introducing critical new features to handsets, such as...

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