Motorola is carving its own niche in the mobile market with the help of its parent company Google. It’s shifted to using stock android, focusing on features rather than the spec race, and now undercutting the market with fantastic entry-level android devices (the Moto G). Now is the time to capture a growing market, a market that is filled with options but needs refinement. It’s time for Motorola to enter the tablet market with a new device called, The Moto T.
The Moto T should bring the value proposition of the Moto G but also offer features that you won’t see anywhere else, like the Moto X. So how does Motorola build such a device? It starts with the price.
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Aside from the always listening features, Moto Maker has been a major selling point of the Moto X. You’ll see Motorola advertise its flagship phone in commercials and even innovative print media. The Moto X has received fantastic reviews as well. Yet, Moto X sales can be described as weak at best. According to the WSJ, Motorola has sold only 500,000 units. So, how does Motorola fix Moto Maker and hopefully sell more phones?
Lets look at the problem with Moto Maker. You’re able to customize a Moto X including the front color, back color, a custom signature, and even accent color of the buttons. Most customers will never get to see their custom front, back and accent because they are covered, by a case. Continue reading How to Fix Moto Maker