2011 was a year full of memorable moments for Motorola Mobility in the US, highlighted by exciting new device launches, which included introducing the next generation of an old classic. Take a look at our timeline for some of our favorite flashbacks from a remarkable year:
January 5: Motorola ATRIX paved the way for the rest of our smartphones this year with its 1GHz dual core processor and Webtop application making it the most powerful mobile computing device yet.
January 5: Motorola XOOM tablet was announced boasting a beautiful button-less design. The first device to run the Honeycomb operating system, the Motorola XOOM redefined the tablet experience and kept you connected.
May 18: Motorola DROID X2 took it to the next level with Double the Power, Double the Does.
June 9: Motorola Photon 4G didn’t hold anyone back with its unparalleled speeds. Thanks to all who made the Motorola Photon 4G Speed Hour on Facebook a resounding success!
July 7: We announced the next generation of Does with the DROID 3 by Motorola. A sleek but powerful full QWERTY smartphone that kept you talking and surfing the web faster than before.
September 7: We announced the DROID BIONIC by Motorola. With it, you had the power to control everything with the lighting fast speed, massive amounts of storage and endless possibilities for entertainment and business.
August 15: We announced the Motorola DEFY+, a phone that is water resistant, scratch resistant, dust proof and boredom proof.
October 11: With Motorola ATRIX 2, we amped up the entertainment value of the original device. Perfect for accessing pictures, videos and games instantaneously to feel effortlessly “state of the art”.
October 14: The whole family needed to be included in the Motorola XOOM experience, so we announced the Motorola XOOM Family Edition. A device built to last and fun for children young and old.
October 18: We brought back an old classic and launched the jaw-dropping DROID RAZR by Motorola. It’s too powerful to fall into the wrong hands with blazing fast speeds and an ultra-thin design.
October 18: Motorola dove into the fitness world with the announcement of the Motorola MOTOACTV. This device tracks performance and works as your own personal trainer.
December 6: One tablet in 2011 wasn’t enough. Motorola announced not one, but two new tablets with the DROID XYBOARD 8.2 and DROID XYBOARD 10.1. If all you do is search the web and check out the latest videos the 8.2 is for you, but if you are all about business, the 10.1 is the perfect addition.
December 15: We launched the DROID RAZR by Motorola in “snowed-covered” white, just in time for the holidays.
What was your favorite Motorola moment of 2011?