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REPORT: Motorola to outsource Windows Mobile development and manufacturing
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 13.12.07 - 15:47:58 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 10452x
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According to Taiwanese DigiTimes, Motorola is committed to continue its Windows Mobile handsets while cuttings costs the same time. To do so, Motorola recently contacted Taiwanese OEMs to restart the outsourcing for its 3.5G smartphones to reach a retail price of US$ 350. According to DigiTimes, contacted OEMs includes Compal Communication, Chi Mei Communication Systems (CMCS) (which developed and manufactured the Motorola MPx220 Windows Mobile 2003 Smartphone before) and Arima Communications, while the earliest shipments are expected to be out in the second quarter of next year, DigiTimes' sources added.

While Motorola is looking for further OEMs to expand its range of Windows Mobile smartphones, the Motorola Moto Q series will be continued to be developed and manufactured by an internal Motorola research team.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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