The company introduced a total of 10 smartphones in the country this year out of which eight were from Motorola and two were from Lenovo.
Lenovo and its sub-brand Motorola saw a weak response in the year 2018. On one side, Lenovo was a no-show in 2018, Motorola introduced some weak smartphones lineup for the Indian market.
The company introduced a total of 10 smartphones in the country this year out of which eight were from Motorola and two were from Lenovo. The cheapest model was the Lenovo A5 that was priced at Rs 5,999, while the most expensive model was Moto Z2 Force, which was launched at Rs 34,999.
As The Mobile Indian survey, the Moto G6 was the most-searched smartphone. Lenovo K9 also received some lucrative response from the userbase. The data was compiled using the 2 million visitors from the website. The Moto G6 is priced at Rs 13,999 and it features some premium glass design coupled with near-stock experience. On another hand, the Lenovo K9 comes with a price tag of Rs 8,999 and the major highlight of the smartphone was its four cameras with two being on the front and two at the back.
Coming to the lows, the major problem many believed was the confusion between the role on Motorola and Lenovo. There was no clarity on whether, which smartphone brand was more prominent as compared to another. Another issue Motorola faced was the delays when it comes to rolling out updates at regular interval of time.
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