Motorola has reportedly re-entered the Chinese smartphone market by introducing three smartphones across various price categories.
Motorola, a former Google company, is now owned by a Chinese consumer electronics company Lenovo. Though Lenovo is the current No 3 company (by adding Motorola and Lenovo Smartphone sales together) is facing a diehard competition from the home-grown Mi famed smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi. To get an upper hand on Xiaomi, Lenovo has released a couple of 4G budget smartphones along with two pro budget smartphones at CES this year. Out of which A6000, the cheapest 4G smartphone was released in India ahead of Xiaomi's MI4 smartphone release.
Motorola stopped their smartphone selling in China a couple of years ago and it may take some time to regain the hold in the Chinese market since there are several cheap substitutes available for the three released handsets.
However, the stock Moto X and G has received huge acclamation for its stock Google experience and overall usability. The Moto smartphones also became quite popular for its quick software availability and huge range of accessories. Lets have a look on all the three released smartphones.
Moto X Pro
A Motorola designed Pro version of the Moto X smartphone, features a 6-inch QHD display with front facing stereo speakers for better sound clarity. Runs on a 2.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor and a powerful 3,220mAh battery, the Moto X Pro features a 13mp rear camera with optical image stabilisation for an all-round smartphone experience. The handset will be available in China after Spring festival.
Counts among the most popular smartphone of 2014, the Moto X features a 5.2-inch HD display inside a stylish yet well made casing. The Moto X comes available across different designs, including wood and Horween leather. The Moto X will be available in China by early February.
Moto G 4G LTE
The Quad core smartphone with a 5-inch HD display, Dual SIM capability and 4G LTE connectivity, Moto G LG LTE smartphone will be available in China after the Spring Festival.