How Low Can Moto Go?

21 thoughts on “How Low Can Moto Go?”

  1. Yesterday Moto said it was consolidating its handset business down to three operating systems. Uh…. how is that considered consolidation?

    Motorola’s consumer products exhibit a disdain for the schmucks that buy them that I’ve found to be unique. The reliability, ease-of-use, and functionality of the software on their phones and PVRs should be an embarrassment.

    My Px for fixing Motorola Wireless:

    – Fire the middle managers who believe that the RAZR is their jesus phone.
    – Fire all of Motorola’s User Interface designers across the business.
    – Support two OSes made by third parties: Android and Windows Mobile.
    – Focus on the hardware. They actually have reasonable success at this when the hardware itself can be a differentiator.

    Not that difficult.

  2. @Ian Bell

    You don’t really believe Moto has user interface designers, do you? It’s clear to me that they have always left that stuff up to whatever intern happened to be available once the hardware was finished.

  3. motorola phones turn out to be a flop in to to the market.it can have lots of reason behind it.
    like motorola’s pones are slow and left handed.its just not that there could lot more behind it.

  4. Motorola Devices is a sci-fi horror movie. “And I felt my body dwindling, melting, becoming nothing. My fears locked away, and in their place came acceptance. All this vast majesty of creation, it had to mean something. And then I meant something, too. Yes, smaller than the smallest, I meant something, too. To God there is no zero. I still exist.” The Incredible Shrinking Man

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