Motorola market share outlook couldn't be more wrong.

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  1. iamlost87

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    Remind me to not believe anything Trefis states in the future, about anything at all. They couldn't be more off.
     
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    I was kind of dumbfounded as I was reading this. I've never seen an investment analyst be more ignorant. It's as if they had NO clue what they were writing about.
     
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    Calculated as (Total Mobile Phones Sold) / (Global Mobile Phones Market)

    They didn't have a lot of devices in the market in those years. This is why we are seeing all these high end and low end Moto devices that they are kicking out.

    RIM and HTC saturate the market with devices for this reason.