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Motorola (GOOG) intends to introduce a new smartphone called the Moto X in October as it seeks...

Motorola (GOOG) intends to introduce a new smartphone called the Moto X in October as it seeks to pull itself back into the top tier of mobile device makers. The handset will be made by Flextronics (FLEX) at a plant in Texas that will employ 2,000 people by August. The Moto X will incorporate two processors to conserve battery life, and include sensors to help it better understand the needs of the user.
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  • positivethoughts
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    And most people still wont have the understanding of the importance to return people's phone calls or messages in the business world.
    30 May 2013, 06:25 AM Reply Like
  • gmmpa
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    Not sure what is article is reporting. It telling you nothing about the Moto X except that it has two processors that uses less power. The link to smartphone takes you to Bloomberg TV which promotes the Samsung galaxy 4 over the latest iphone release.


    The only take way here is that smartphone technology sector is evolving rapidly and is very competitive. No one has a clue where it is going.


    Flextronics (FLEX) stock link shows a stock pop presumably on the potential for increased sales of the MOTO X whose features are not reported nor compared to the galaxy 4 or the iphone.


    So... This is just a Google press release of the MOTO X.


    30 May 2013, 09:53 AM Reply Like
  • jpintoctr
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    Another sign of Goggle lack of focus. The new phone is a blow for Android making the whole universe more chaotic. Will be interesting what Google partners such as Samsung think of this move?
    30 May 2013, 10:18 AM Reply Like
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