Motorola smartphone shipments double to 8.6 million units in Q2, 2014

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When Motorola backed out of the Indian market in November 2012, no one thought that it would be able to make such a strong comeback. As per the latest reports from ABI Research, Motorola has managed to ship around 8.6 million smartphones in Q2 2014. This is a phenomenal growth even when compared to its sales in Q1 2014. Even though Moto X was like a breath of fresh air in the market with extreme customisable options, value for money smartphones like Moto G and Moto E are said to be the real reasons for this two fold growth in sales. Motorola managed to sell over a million Moto G smartphones in India through its exclusive sales partner; Flipkart. It managed to become a hit due to its build quality, well-rounded hardware specifications and a promise of faster Android updates.

Further, Motorola is expected to launch the successor to Moto G and Moto X; Moto G2 and Moto X+1 respectively. Also, Motorola is said to be working closely with Google to release their first Nexus smartphone, a phablet with 5.9-inch screen which is codenamed as ‘Shamu’. Recently, Motorola dropped the price of Moto G to compete with Asus Zenfone 5.

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Anoop John
August 13, 2014 2:54 pm 2:54 PM
Any Moto G users Pl comment. 1, How to make Network Video call ? (Not Skype, Hangout etc) 2, How to customize different ring tone for sim1 & sim2 ? 3, How to preset resolution of camera image & video ? (with out third part app) 4, How to sync facebook a/c with phone contacts ? (with out third part app) 5, How to check the available mobile network (2G & 3G) using manual network selection? It is showing only available networks. It is not mentioning whether it is 2G or 3G. I have tried all possibilities but couldn’t able… Read more »
vishal
August 13, 2014 12:09 pm 12:09 PM

IM also using moto e and satisfied.but they should increase service centers.

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