Motorola to exit the handset business?
Motorola, one of the oldest names in the wireless game, is said to be considering leaving the mobile handset market.
According to Richard
Windsor, an analyst with Nomura International, an exit from the
consumer handset market would allow Motorola to shed a troubled
division of the company while increasing focus on more profitable
enterprise and government products. Though
the company's RAZR handset was a major success when first introduced in
2005, Motorola has since had trouble generating buzz for any subsequent
handset. While recent speculation has
focused on the possibility of a buyout of the company by Chinese
vendors, Windsor dismisses this idea, asserting that "those vendors
don't have much of an idea how to fix Motorola's problems."
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