Exclusivity Removed from Motorola Moto Phones

Lenovo owned Motorola Moto smartphones entered the market in the previous year league. The devices were widely sold out via Flipkart to provide the smartphone access to the customers. The Flipkart alone is not enough to get a reach over a huge market. Thus, the Lenovo owned Motorola Mobility has decided to remove the bars by slashing the exclusivity with online retail website Flipkart to other dealers and vendors.

It is just spotted that the Moto E (2nd gen) is sold by Snapdeal as well. Not only this, the company after this report has recently announced to remove the bars and provide its budget phone E 2nd gen to the offline stores and online vendors. The 'online' channels include Snapdeal and Amazon, that will get a huge crowd for the Moto smartphone via their connections. The Moto E 4G LTE will also be made available on the offline store like Airtel store, across India.

Replying to growing demand from our consumers, General Manager, Amit Boni, Motorola India said, "We have made a clever move of increasing the availability of our portfolio across offline and multiple online shopping platforms". With the motto carried by the company as, "Consumers are at the heart of whatever we do and we will leave no stone unturned to enhance their buying experiences", it is firmly said that the user can now experience the features of the smartphones on the offline stores by experiencing and purchasing device in live.

Motorola has sold 5.6 million Motorola smartphones through Flipkart till date. It is now planning to fetch Moto Maker service to India. The major dealers will also get a huge sale now, as expected by the company. The user experience will surely provide new ideas. The company has put a pause to the statements, letting the user to stay tuned for the new to come.