Motorola Shipped 4.4 Million Smartphones, 440,000 XOOM Tablets in Q2


Motorola has give the rundown of their Q2 earnings, finally answering the question of much debate among industry analysts since the release of the Motorola XOOM: How many tablets would Moto move? While we still don’t have an answer to how many were sold 440,000 units were shipped for the quarter, matching or slightly outdoing what most expected. Smartphones fared a bit better with shipments topping out at 4.4 million. Overall, earnings beat market expectations but Motorola shares dropped as projections for the rest of the year came in below Wall Street predictions.

[via TechCrunch]

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  1. Just think how many Xoom’s they could have sold if it wasn’t an overpriced piece of junk.

  2. How do you say xoom?

    Is it Exhume like “I exhumed the dead body to have sex with it”

    Or Zoom like “The cocaine made me zoom around the room like a wild animal”

    or Shoom like “Im going to hit you in the head with my shoom”

    Ok, that last one doesnt make sense.

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