Motorola Introduces Exchange Offers For Moto G (Gen 2) and Moto X (Gen 2)

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Now that 2015 is here many smartphone models are on the way from top-notch manufacturers, and that also means deals are starting to surface at a rapid rate.

In the beginning of this week, Motorola has introduced a week long bundle of offers with Flipkart to celebrate the anniversary of its one year partnership in India. The offers are valid on the Moto E, Moto G, Moto X, Nexus 6 and Moto 360.

Dubbed as ‘Moto Days, the promotional campaign is valid only till February 15. Flipkart is offering huge discounts on Google Nexus 6, Moto G (Gen 2), Moto X (Gen 2) models via exchange programme. Prospective users can trade-in their old handsets for Motorola's 2014 edition phones.

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Motorola Introduces Exchange Offers For Moto G and Moto X

An exchange offer of up to INR 4000 is applicable on purchase of the Moto G (2nd Gen) while on the purchase of the Moto X (2nd Gen), customers can avail an exchange offer of up to INR 6000 and get the Moto Deck (till stocks last) Bluetooth speaker worth INR 8,990 absolutely free.

Moto E will also be available at a discounted price of INR 5,999 starting today. The Nexus 6 will be available with an exchange offer of INR 10,000. Furthermore buying Moto 360 along with Nexus 6 can get customers an extra INR 10,000 off.

In other news, Motorola is working on a brand new smartphone that's set to be launched at the annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) next month. Though it's unclear what this device is going to bring to the market. Qualcomm recently confirmed that Motorola will be using the Snapdragon 810 processor in one its upcoming phones, and a new leak suggests that the purported device could be announced at this year's MWC tech show in Berlin.

Motorola recently announced that it sold over 10 million smartphones during the third quarter of 2014. Motorola, which was acquired by China-based Lenovo last October for $2.9 billion, is betting big on the Indian market.

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