Motorola Q Sales Number Not So Strong

July 18th, 2006

Motorola certainly was expecting big uptake on the sleek Motorola-Q smartphone based on Microsoft’s latest Windows Mobile 5 operating system. It reportedly hoped that the sales of Moto-Q will match RAZR’s sales curve. Numbers reported by Mercury News predicts that 750k Moto-Q will be sold in the first three months, followed by 1.5 million and 3 million in each of the three months followed.

There seems to be report that moto-q sales has not gone well in that returns at Verizon has been higher than expected. An article pointed to device usability as the big factors: no touch-screen, no editing of MS office files, etc. Moreover, the non-availability on the GSM networks may have also dampened the demand.

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