The company re-entered the brutal market after an absence of two years with a keenly-priced Moto G handset in the
"Motorola is concentrating on consumers who are not ready to spend
Motorola's mission is to drive affordability and drive the growth of mobile internet at much lower prices.
The 4.7-inch device is powered by a 1.7 GHz dual-core
The biggest advantage of Moto X is the always-on software features like flicking the wrist will automatically open the device's camera, and just by talking to the phone even when the screen is off, users can have Google Now look up information and read it back to you. It runs on stock Android experience, which means no additional user interface on top of Android skin used by other manufacturers.
The Moto X's AMOLED (active-matrix organic light-emitting diode) display packs a pixel density of 312 pixels per inch with a resolution of 1280Ã—720 pixels.
"The company is launching specific products for specific markets and they are making a comeback into the smartphone arena,"
He said the 4G LTE version will be available in the
The phone will be available across the retail outlets in the
"The initial shipment is small and expect to cater it for one or two weeks but we expect to optimise by the first week of June," he said.
Moto X is the first handset after
Motorola is building its success on Moto G and has launched last week its
Motorola aims to attain around five per cent market share of the
"The Moto X will definitely put up a tough fight to
Motorola is expected to sell 23.4 million smartphones this year compared to around 21 million units last year globally.
Its market share is expected to fall to 1.7 per cent in the face of huge smartphone growth in emerging markets compared to the two per cent market share last year.
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