Motorola Mobility (MMI) is hoping the Droid 3, announced today with Verizon (VZ), can lift its...


Motorola Mobility (MMI) is hoping the Droid 3, announced today with Verizon (VZ), can lift its sagging Android share. The phone's impressive specs and global roaming support should appeal to business users, but the lack of 4G support is a notable omission. Motorola's first 4G device, the Droid Bionic, might be arriving in August.

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  • petergrt
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    Last time I checked, iSomething didn't have a 4G support - on anything and it does not appear that they will anytime soon, but I guess they are Apple, and the market and 'analysts' will drink whatever elixir they dish out.

     

    Interestingly, while most 'analysts' keep focusing on the US market, the real action appears to be in China, India and so on, where Motorola is increasing its market share quite substantially. They are even releasing phones there, before the US market. For example, the Droid 3, AKA Milestone 3 is available on China Telecom, while a variant of the Atrix is available on China Mobil - the Words largest cell phone company, and a new double SIM-card phone is being released in Taiwan . . .
    11 Jul 2011, 09:30 PM Reply Like
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