Motorola, a Lenovo company, has had a pretty decent fiscal quarter ending December 31, 2014. The Lenovo-owned Motorola announced it had shipped a respectable 10 million smartphones in the last quarter of 2014.
According to Lenovo, Motorola shipped more than 10 million units, up 118 % over its Q3 2013 figure. Interestingly, the firm has managed to shift a whopping 10 million smartphone units, worldwide.
In fact Lenovo claims that this has added to notch up $1.9 billion in revenue. Lenovo further added that Motorola is on the verge to be profitable within 4-6 quarters of close. At the same time, Lenovo was quick to confirm that the Lenovo-Motorola entity is now behind the likes of Apple and Samsung, in respect of the smartphone market.
Over the past months or so, Motorola has unlocked the Indian handset market, with the Moto G and Moto E smartphones. Motorola has been lately creating a "new" model by selling its devices online.
The company re-entered Indian market last year and took the market by storm. Motorola recently revealed that it had managed to sell 3 million smartphones in the country, which was unapologetically due to the success of the Moto G and Moto E.
Motorola now aims to open excluisive experience zones in India in 2015.
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