Motorola, Nokia try to keep pace with iPhone
NEW YORK (AP) – It’s shaping up to be a cold fall for smartphone makers other than Apple, as the trendsetter of the phone industry gears up to release the next iPhone.
Nokia and Motorola, which a few years ago were the No. 1 and No. 2 phone makers, revealed new phones at back-to-back press events in New York on Wednesday. They appeared hurrying to show them off before Apple makes its iPhone announcement next week.
The phones are impressive in their own right and sport improvements from previous models, but analysts didn’t see anything about them that would change the prospect of an iPhone-dominated holiday season.
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