Motorola Mobility says it will be the same after Google acquisition
HP CEO Meg Whitman's prediction about Android becoming a closed system notwithstanding, Mutricy also said that it is in Motorola Mobility's best interest to keep Android an open system. He says that Motorola Mobility can capitalize on Google's social sites like Google+ and YouTube when it comes to collaborating with the Mountain View based company. Until the $12.5 billion deal closes, both companies have to keep some distance between themselves, but even after the deal closes the Motorola executive says that Motorola Mobility will remain a separate brand.
start focusing on marketing the products it has instead of constantly adding new devices to its line-up. "We want to be mindful on the frequency of product replacement," Mutricy said. "It's a balance between consumer demand and competitive pressure, to be clear." Moving on to the Webtop application, Mutricy said that it didn't have the success that the company was looking for and it was not adopted by the enterprise as hoped. Furthermore, Motorola Mobility failed to market it to those who use web applications like Facebook.
The Motorola Mobility executive also said that the company is committed to producing tablets although the early models were not ready for prime time. Motorola Mobility has not spent a lot of money on marketing tablets, which might be good considering that the flood of cheap Android tablets from Asia left buyers unsure if the problem with Android tablets was with the hardware or software. Mutricy said that his company has upgraded its tablet offering with the Motorola DROID Xyboard.
1. chunk1x (Posts: 248; Member since: 25 Jun 2011)
Motorolla stays the same after the acquisition, crappy as before.
3. joey18 (Posts: 587; Member since: 20 Jul 2010)
Nothing new motorola needs to be like apple makes products for google only and no be the same motorola
4. thelegend6657 (unregistered)
Was hoping for the Windows phone7 version of the razr . Guess that will not happen
5. Striker (Posts: 92; Member since: 06 Nov 2011)
That does not sound good.If ''the same as before'' means average as before, Moto is going down for sure. No WP, only Android...bad
6. mozes316 (Posts: 142; Member since: 30 Sep 2011)
I was definitely hoping that Google would help make Motorola better... Mainly, by getting rid of Blur and losing that whole industrial design...