Motorola Schedules A Press Meet on February 25 at MWC 2014

By Anuj

    High on the successful debut of Moto G in India, Motorola has confirmed an event for February 25 at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) later this month. There is a strong word in the media that Motorola will not announce any new device at MWC 2014.

    Motorola's CEO Dennis Woodside is expected to give an update on business. In fact, Pocket-lint has confirmed that no new products will be showcased at the event. It is largely assumed that Motorola will talk specifically about Google-Lenovo deal. May be we can hear more about Motorola's roadmap for 2014, after all the Mobile World Congress (MWC) is all about new product unveiling. Who knows? Citing series of events, it would be tough to say if Motorola comes with new lineup at this year's MWC.

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    Motorola Schedules A Press Meet on February 25 at MWC 2014

     

    Google sold off Motorola Mobility to Lenovo for a sum of $2.91 billion. Originally, the software giant acquired Motorola for a whopping $12.5 billion back in 2012. The deal includes Motorola's valuable patents, which motivated Google to bought struggling handset manufacturer Motorola for such a huge amount. Despite launching a flagship handset, the Moto X, and an affordable Moto G, the business hasn't been profitable for both parties (Google and Motorola).

    On Wednesday, Motorola returns into Indian market with its Android-based Moto G. The 8GB version has been priced at Rs. 12,499, while the 16GB has been priced at Rs. 13,999. The latter version is hard to find , since the sales begun past mid-night. Meanwhile, we also got to know that Motorola might bring its current flagship phone, the Moto X, for Indian consumers around June 2014.

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