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Moto Droid: A lot rides on it!

Posted in Mobile Devices and Company Updates by Manas Ganguly on October 21, 2009

There have been many contenders to iPhone’s best smartphone crown and yet none have really come close to the Apple’s prodigy (check statistic). On the other hand, Motorola has been lying dead for 3 odd years. (When was the last time, Razr was hot?). But then, all it takes is one strong offering to win back consumer confidence and cheers. (Ask Palm!). Earlier this month, Moto announced the Cliq, a social networking machine (Pic Below).And while it’s unlikely the new Moto Droid will knock the iPhone off its perch as the top consumer smartphone in the world, it could be in a position to pose the most serious challenge yet to the iPhone’s unquestioned supremacy.

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Cliq

Powered by Android and backed by Verizon, Droid has the right combination of strong hardware, Google’s brand strength and Verizon’s network that could present the iPhone with a formidable foe over the next few months.

 Here’s how the stack up: The Droid versus the iPhone.

Droid versus iPhone

The real test of Moto Droid will be when the rubber hits the road. It stacks up well against the iPhone! On other terms a lot of other successes including that of Android as a platform and Verizon’s flagship devie depends on the success of Droid.

We will watch the game.

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