Zander's cell phone highs and lows

We take a look at the best, and worst, of Motorola cell phones under Ed Zander.

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The imminent departure of Motorola CEO Ed Zander marks the close of an interesting period in Moto's history. Three years ago this month, the company emerged from its post-StarTac hibernation to give the world the now iconic Motorola Razr V3. As any gadget geek can tell you, Moto had a winner with the V3. It spawned several revamps and scores of imitators, and it launched a cell phone design revolution that continues to this day.

Since that time, however, some Moto watchers (us included) have suggested that the company was attempting to ride the Razr wave a bit too long. And while Moto has had a few non-Razr successes under Zander's tenure, it has had its share of bombs as well. We take a look at Zander's cell phone hits and misses in our slide show.

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