Motorola Mobile Phones - Driving Ahead to a New Era

By: Martin Dev

Being a pioneer in the mobile phone industry has been one of the best things to have happened to Motorola as the American giant still manages to influence and inspire more and more phone manufacturers everyday. Initially founded in the early stage of the 20th century as a storage battery company, Motorola is one of the most successful mobile phone manufacturers in today's time, following close behind the leading Finnish manufacturer Nokia. As is the case with every mobile phone manufacturer, even the grand daddy of them all has some distinguishing qualities to set it apart from the rest of the pack.

The great American trailblazer of mobile phones had introduced a series of mighty efficient mobile phones that paved the path for a new surge of revolution to sweep in.

Foreseeing an immense possibility for a line of mobile phones that could perform more than just provide the conventional communication platform, improved technologies were pushed ahead to assure its materialisation. Thus, Motorola worked on improvising on its technology and came out with some comparatively more refreshing products, evolved enough to have sold around a million phones by the early 1990s. With a unique quality of producing the first ever clamshell phones, Motorola has since then gone ahead in a path of self improvisation to offer newer and better mobile phones with every developmental phase. Some of the most popular Motorola mobile phones to have hit the phone market are Motorola RAZR V3, Motorola RIZR Z8, Motorola SLVR L9 and Motorola W510. These phones have been unleashed with some of the most advanced features and abilities to meet the ever progressive standards of the mobile phone industry and stay ahead of competing players.

No wonder, the most formidable of mobile phone manufacturers still stays ahead of the times in the midst of a crazy assortment of highly competitive creators.

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