Motorola X Play launch in India imminent: 80 devices sneaked into India for testing purposes

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    Motorola had announced two editions of their Moto X series device in US - namely the Moto X Play and the Moto X Style last month. They had skipped the announcement in the Indian and the Brazil event, and instead kept it for the US event in New York. This made us believe that the company might launch the devices in India a little too late.

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    Motorola X Play launch in India imminent

    Apparently though, a new import listing by Zuaba claims that the Moto X Play is finally on its way to India. In fact Motorola has already imported a few number of the device into Indian shores for the purpose of testing.

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    To be specific the listing reveals 40 units of the Black variant and 40 units of the White variant have been imported into Bangalore from China on 21st August. Each unit have been priced at Rs 22,228 (US$ 350).

    Motorola X Play launch in India imminent

    Do note that in most probabilities this won't be the final price as taxes and other charges will be imposed on the import price prior to the sale. Gizbot expect the device to be priced under Rs 24,999.

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    Since the company has already imported in test units into the country, it is highly probable that the launch may follow soon. Expect the device to launch by the 1st week of September.

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