Motorola had a very decent last year. The company launched two amazing smartphones, named Moto X and Moto G, who received their fair share of success in the regions they launched. Moto G was launched in more countries as a budget offering, and came with pretty decent specifications, and came with an affordable price tag.
If you’re wondering about the number of handset sold/shipped, Motorola announced via Twitter that company has shipped 6.5 million devices in the first quarter.
It’s not a very big number compared to other OEMs, but it’s still a very decent number, considering Motorola came back from a rough time, before they were taken over by Google, which will come under the leadership of Lenovo in the coming months.
The company didn’t break down the numbers, or revealed how many Moto X units or Moto G’s were shipped, along with other accessories. But, even if they don’t, it still seems that company is performing well.
Motorola is also expected to launch a number of new handsets in the coming weeks, which is not only limited to the Moto X successor, but also the LTE enabled version of the Moto G as well as a few new handsets. And, let’s not forget the Moto 360, the smartwatch based on the recently announced Android Wear platform.
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