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Motorola at MWC 2009
Motorola's mobile divison has been in a very awkward state for a while now - they hardly release any new phones and those that make it to the shelves, as a rule, get there somewhat late. That's why nobody really expected Motorola to put up a great show at this year's MWC. Several days before the start of the event someone unleashed a rumor that there was a chance they'd show off some Android-based phone, but all our hopes died off shortly thereafter. There are some speculations, though, that Google deemed MWC an unfitting place for a demonstration of their platform's second edition, for they didn't want their marvel to get lost among an avalanche of other releases. Fair enough, but most of us would much rather twiddle with these phones here, instead of having to watch an online stream.
Last year Motorola's booth didn't brim with new phones; however in 2009 their Mobile Division is doing even worse - while the booth itself hasn't changed in size at all, their mobile phone corner got reduced to a 4-meter long wall and a booth showcasing Motorola's very own Crystal talk technology. Most of the phones that were available on the floor hadn't changed since CES (such as the SURF and ruggedized Tundra). Personally, I liked some of their Korean models, including the white RAZR.
Since Motorola's US office assumed the responsibility for saving the company, everything has been pretty quiet, furthermore, not much will change until this fall. While they have some new phones in the works, they don't show them even to other employees working for Moto's local divisions. I, however, managed to get a peek at some of the drawings and sketches, and found them pretty appealing. There is no denying, though, that Motorola have always excelled in design - we'll see what they will do with other departments of their upcoming solutions.
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Published 16 February 2009
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