Motorola Mobile Phones - Still Creating Waves

By: Martin Dev

Motorola is one name in the mobile phone industry that easily derives much respect and accolades owing to its inspiring status as a pioneering manufacturer. Starting off as a manufacturing company creating storage batteries in the 1920s, it went through many a rocky stages until it finally rested its resources and expertise in the creation of cellular phones by the late 1980s. The story of the rise of Motorola as a major success, even bagging the coveted position of being the world's top supplier of cellular phones, is one of pure grit and faith. It is with this faith and determination that Motorola has been known to give some of the best known mobile phones to the world.

Like every mobile phone manufacturer who showcases a unique trait to figure as a distinguishing factor, this American stalwart also portrays its own characteristic.

Motorola is known for having given the first ever flip mechanism based mobile phone to the world, and this attribute stuck to it so intermittently that most of the phones by this manufacturer carry this physical structure. In the present age of an apparently mobile frenzied world, several phone manufacturers have come up to the forefront injected by solutions of an ever evolving technology. These players showcase their mettle in the phone market to woo phone lovers across the world, and many have already made impressionable impacts through their products. Among this huge list of phone manufacturers, Motorola comes close behind leading player Nokia as the world's number two maker of mobile phones. Some of the most popular mobile phones by Motorola are Motorola W375, Motorola RAZR V3i, Motorola RAZR2 V9, Motorola RIZR Z8 and Motorola SLVR L9.

With the advancing times, Motorola has steadied its pace and swiftly fused its intelligence with the constantly upgrading technology to keep up with the fierce competition that has become the call of the day in the mobile phone industry.

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