It is not the first time that Google speaks bad line of products found in Motorola to make the purchase, they already said they inherited a jam products in 18 months they are dyed to work.
This morning we woke up with statements on the same line at a conference organized by Morgan Stanley on technology, this time by Patrick Pichette, CFO:
“Products that we inherited were at the height of what Google would put on the market, were not innovative”, Pichette.
It sounds strong considering that had products on the market or about to leave such as Motorola DROID RAZR HD, Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX HD or Motorola DROID RAZR M, all of them quality, but without the ‘wow’ factor that Google seeks.
They have passed nine months since the purchase was closed and the reality is that Motorola isn’t between companies that more they sell, and neither has products that crazy staff, both in the catalog, and development. With the exception of X-Phone.
The statements appear in a moment that speaks enough of the position of Samsung in the Android market, and the urge to Google better distribute the cake, either sticking herself with a piece. Whether with Nexus devices, or with the help of Motorola.
Although it is known, it is time to remember that Motorola closed major divisions around the planet, as the Spanish subsidiary. Google did not want to be dragged by losses and step restructure the company to be able to take off with more force.
As other large companies in the industry, Motorola now goes through a period of transition, and I think that in the medium term will surprise us with great products, the penalty is that we’re not a priority market. It will have to be very attentive to the upcoming Google I/O.