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Motorola Motosplit
Ilse Jurriƫn : January 27th 2010 - 01:49 CET
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MotorolaMotorola Motosplit smartphone : Over the past six months, Motorola has shown it very well knows how to place itself in the limelight. With the arrival of Google Android OS and an internal reorganization of strategy within the Motorola ranks, the mobile world suddenly looks a whole lot brighter for Motorola. One after another, the Motorola Android smartphones seem to become world news. Suddenly, it is cool and hot to go for a Motorola, which is quite a turnaround! We are very curious to see how Motorola will do during the Mobile World Congress, we predict the Motorola booth will be a very crowded one. Although it seems quite unlikely we will find the Motorola MOTOSPLIT showcased right there and then.
Motorola Motosplit

Motorola Motosplit smartphone design
The Motorola MOTOSPLIT handset was released on the Internet as a rendered picture, and attracts a lot of attention because of its high-end design. With a highly innovative keyboard and a nice flat size, the Motorola MOTO SPLIT smartphone really is an eye-candy. According to recent information from reliable sources, the new Motorola MOTOSPLIT will not hit the shelves until the third quarter of 2010. That means there is actually still a while to go, but we like to speed up things and look into the future.

Motorola Motosplit high-end mobile phone
The Motorola roadmap for 2010 is an impressively innovative and comprehensive one. A roadmap looked upon with envy by its competitors, since the battle for a market share is nowhere near decided yet. All options are still open. And a design like the Motorola MOTOSPLIT mobile phone really makes a smartphone stand out from the crowd, which could actually make the difference between winning or losing altogether, in addition to the services and support offered.
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