LG & Samsung Target Motorola

March 2008
Printed Circuit Design & Manufacture;Mar2008, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports that Samsung and LG Electronics are using Motorola's troubles to increase their presence in the global mobile telephone market. Motorola has struggled to find an innovative replacement for its popular ultra-thin Razr. Rivals Samsung and LG have introduced new thin mobile telephones. Samsung plans to capitalize on Motorola's weakness by introducing expensive cell phones featuring high-speed data capabilities, in a bid to solidify its second place position after Nokia.


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