Motorola is on its way to recovery thanks to Google that supported Motorola with the Droid Idea. Now with things improving for Motorola, the first brand ever to develop a mobile handset is readying 20+ smartphones for 2010. This information was confirmed by Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha at a Droid press announcement. Motorola will have to maintain a balance between releasing WinMo 6.5 and Android powered handsets for getting monotonous with either of the two will definitely not be healthy for a freshly rejuvenated unit.
Amidst all this, Motorola has made public its financial reports for Q3 2009 and the signs are positive as the net income has risen to $12 million compared to the astounding $397 million loss in the same quarter last year. The overall revenue dropped to $5.45 billion compared to $7.48 billion in Q3 2008. Motorola is sure to experience an upward trend in these numbers given the fact that the Droid is slated for a release next week and it has many more interesting handsets lined up for 2010