Motorola, Flipkart claim that they've sold 3 million Moto smartphones in India (1 Viewer)

Dileep Kumar

8 Jul 2013
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Within a year after Motorola’s exclusive partnership with Flipkart in India, the company announced at an event held in New Delhi today, that it has sold over 3 million smartphones in the country so far.

The company sent out a tweet stating that within a period of ten months, they have sold 3 million Moto devices. The devices include Moto E, Moto G, Moto X, Moto G (Gen 2), Moto X (Gen 2) and the Moto 360 smartwatch.

The company did not mention any details about the sales for the Nexus 6.

“Happy to announce that in a short period of 10 months, we have sold 3 million Moto devices” says Michael @Flipkart Z4YZx381

— Motorola India (@MotorolaIndia) January 29, 2015
At the same event, Motorola India GM Amit Boni said the company will soon launch its first exclusive experience zone in Bangalore and will soon follow to other metros in the country. No dates were announced as to when this would take place.

“First exclusive Motorola customer experience zones to be set up in Bangalore, metros to follow” @AmitBoni Fnwci83f— Motorola India

(@MotorolaIndia) January 29, 2015
Flipkart’s vice president, retail and head strategic brand alliances, Michael Adnani said that Flipkart started by delivering Motorola devices in 200 cities and have now reached over 1,100 locations and over 1,250 cities with partnerships.

Recently, Motorola revealedthree smartphones for return to China following a two-year absence from the most populous mobile phone market.

Motorola, one of China’s earliest mobile phone brands in the 1980s, left the country in 2013 following its acquisition by Google. Beijing-based Lenovo bought the Motorola mobile phone business last year to expand its presence in wireless devices.

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