is a founding father of the mobile telecommunication industry. The Korean giants Samsung and LG have been out-dancing it quite successfully lately and Motorola did little to prevent it, which ultimately led to a decreased market share (5.5%) and disgruntled shareholders. The million dollar question that quite a few people have been asking themselves is "Can Android
save the company and reinstate it to its former glory?"
According to a recent survey by Global Equities Research, the company plans to roll out no less but 10 Android-based cell phones in the next 10 months in an all-out effort to snatch back part of the market it has lost. Handsets running the famous Google-made operating system seem to be all the rage now and Motorola has recently announced
their new proprietary interface called MOTOBLUR that we must say looks pretty promising on the Motorola DEXT.
As a whole, the forecast made by Global Equities Research takes an optimistic view on how things will unfold, but still, whether or not the upcoming release of 10 devices proves to be financially lucrative depends on how skilfully Motorola would play their hand and deal with the major carriers around the world.