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Motorola sees rebound
|02 апреля 2007|
Analysts at Goldman Sachs said that certain new Motorola handset models in Europe had seen as much as a 20 percent drop in price during the fourth quarter, compared with 5 percent to 10 percent for several new Nokia devices. In short, the RAZR stopped being a key differentiator for Motorola, and the subsequent release of the KRZR failed to pick up the slack. But Devonshire debunks the notion that the KRZR hasn't sold well. He said Motorola sold more than 2 million units of the KRZR during the fourth quarter and that the model continues to sell well. But it doesn't sound like those sales are enough to propel Motorola out of its slump. According to Devonshire: "I think we'll have a couple of rocky quarters. I'm not looking for anything that big. I do think that in the second half of the year you'll see some improvements." By the way, Devonshire also said he didn't know why Ron Garriques resigned as head of Motorola's mobile-phone business, but said that a change was clearly needed.
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