NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Lenovo (LNVGY) stock is decreasing 8.9% to $19.86 in morning trading on Thursday, after the company reported lower than expected revenue for the first quarter of fiscal 2016 and announced it will cut jobs after Motorola shipments dropped by a third.

The company reported earnings of 94 cents per diluted share on revenue of $10.7 billion for the quarter ended June 30.

Analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters estimated for revenue of $11.29 billion.

Last year, China-based Lenovo posted earnings of $2.03 on revenue of $10.4 billion for the fiscal first quarter.

Additionally, the company will reduce its total workforce by 5% as Motorola smartphone shipments declined 31%.

Lenovo will cut its non-manufacturing staff by 10%, or about 3,200 jobs, which will entail a one-time costs of $600 million and $1.35 billion in annual savings.

Lenovo acquired Motorola from Google (GOOGL) for $2.91 billion last year.

Chief Executive Yang Yuanqing told Reuters that, between the smartphone competition and lower demand for PCs, the company is in its "toughest market environment in recent years."

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