Motorola promises more smartphones, which could encourage mobile recycling
1 February 2010 — 4:00 PM
Motorola has revealed that it enjoyed sales of $5.7 billion (£3.6 billion) during the fourth quarter of 2009.
The manufacturer is hoping to progress further with its financial results in the year ahead and plans to launch a number of new devices which could encourage consumers to trade in their used phones.
Sanjay Jha, Motorola co-chief executive officer and chief executive officer of Mobile Devices, said: "Our first Android smartphone devices have been very well received. We look forward to broadening our handset portfolio in 2010 with the launch of at least 20 smartphone devices around the world and continued evolution of our MOTOBLUR service."
MOTOBLUR provides users with convenience and peace of mind, as lost handsets can be tracked down from a secure personal information portal and erased if necessary.
The Motorola BACKFLIP is one mobile which makes use of the service and come with a 3.1-inch high-resoultion touchscreen, 3G speed and Wi Fi access.
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