Motorola Defy Mini and MotoLuxe impressions: Not good enough for America?
Feb 29th, 2012
Motorola has been relatively quiet since Google announced its†takeover†intentions, but in 2012, it's been downright silent. The newly-Googly manufacturer announced a couple of new devices like the Droid 4 and Droid Razr Maxx around the time of CES in January and at this week's Mobile World Congress, it had a booth with almost nothing new to show. That's not necessarily a bad thing, as Motorola's recent products are hardly outdated and generally pretty good, but compared to the bevvy of new devices at booths like Samsung and ZTE, Motorola's offerings are a bit sparse.† (Source: Digital Trends) -
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