Droid Of Motorola Has The Features Of Google Navigation30th October 2009
The new Droid phone of Motorola Inc is going to be the first one to use the navigation software from Google Inc, in one direct challenge to the GPS device makers Garmin and also the TomTom.
The Droid will be on a sale on November 6 at the Verizon Wireless, which is the largest mobile service provider in the United States, and it has said that it will be promoting the phone with the biggest marketing campaign ever made by the company. It will be costing them an amount of $199 for those customers who can commit a service contract of two year as said by the Verizon Wireless on Wednesday.
The shares of TomTom fell to 19 percent that extended their losses after the device maker of Dutch navigation as it was said earlier on Wednesday that the economic weakness also was making the holiday sales pretty tough to predict. ID:nLS458927 the Garmin shares have fell to 12 percent.
The Droid, includes a keyboard which is computer like and new version of the Google's software, Android 2.0, it will also be competing against the iPhone of Apple Inc, which is available on the network of AT&T Inc in the United States.
John Stratton, the chief marketing officer of the Verizon Wireless has said that he believed that the Droid would be holding its own against iPhone, even he conceded that the Apple Inc. has revolutionized the industry of smartphone.
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