“Screw the nano,” said Motorola CEO Ed Zander. “What the hell does the nano do? Who listens to 1,000 songs? People are going to want devices that do more than just play music, something that can be seen in many other countries with more advanced mobile phone networks and savvy users,” he said.
Zander’s comments come just three weeks after the introduction of the iPod nano in an event that also saw the unveiling of the Motorola Rokr, the first iTunes compatible phone.
Hey Ed, why care about something that doesn’t compete with a traditional cell phone? He must be able to read the writing on the wall.