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Off to get demos!


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DROID Pro coming to Verizon in the first week of November.


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MOTOROLA DROID PRO announced.  Physical QWERTY keyboard, candybar device.


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Nice HUGE hit on BlackBerry.  54 percent of people willing to switch from BlackBerry.  34 percent willing to switch to Android.


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"People want to get back to using one device."


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Sanjay Jha, CEO, back on stage.


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"One more product to announce tonight..."  BIG BANG!!!!  BIG BANG!!!  DROID 9!


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Recapping Motorola Defy.  Coming to T-Mobile in time for the holiday season as well.


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Bravo coming in time for the holiday season.


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5. MOTOROLA BRAVO.  3.7-inch screen, coming to AT&T as well.  Looks like a nice little device.  Also coming with MOTOBLUR.


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Flipside will launch with the latest version of MOTOBLUR.


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4. MOTOROLA FLIPSIDE.  Coming to AT&T in the coming weeks.  Full QWERTY keyboard.


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3. MOTOROLA FLIPOUT.  Coming to AT&T network soon.


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Available in Latin America first.


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Offers a full QWERTY keyboard.


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2. MOTOROLA SPICE.  Really looks like a Palm Pre Plus.


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Available through Verizon Wireleless later this quarter.


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3.0-inch touchscreen.  On-screen QWERTY


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1. MOTOROLA CITRUS.  Fresh new experience.  People looking to migrate from featurephone to smartphone.  Looks like Palm Pre Plus.


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Here come the new devices.


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Strong opinions on MOTOBLUR.


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Motorola is introducing several new Bluetooth headsets.


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70 percent of consumers identify voice to text functionality as appealing.


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Introducing MOTOSPEAK 2.0.


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Nice Bluetooth headset prop


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Wayne White, VP, Companion Products, on stage.


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Bluetooth headsets are important in the Android ecosystem.


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Motorola working on a "much broader portfolio" to meet consumer demands.


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Talking about the trend towards tiered data plans.


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October 2020: 37 percent.


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Android: 6 percent US marketshare in 2009.


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2nd highest in customer satisfaction among smartphone manufacturers.


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45.5 million people now using smartphones in the United States.


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1 out of every 4 phones sold worldwide is a smartphone.


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Sanjay Jha, CEO of Motorola, on stage.


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Bridging the gap between consumers and prosumers.


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"This time last year, we launched the Motorola DROID and the Cliq."  Targeted towards early adopters.  Today will be a range of products that expand the category.


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Motorola wants to create devices that have "relevance in today's marketplace."


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Motorola Mobility to spin off next year.  "We have a brand that's creating tremendous amounts of momentum"


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Motorola is getting ready to launch more Android devices.


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