Motorola’s return to India is now complete with the launch of its much-awaited Moto X smartphone. Like with its Moto G budget phone, the Moto X will also be available exclusively on Flipkart.com, India’s top e-commerce site. The phone has been priced at Rs 23,999, while the wood finish version is selling for Rs 25,999.
Magnus Ahlqvist, GM of EMEA and Asia Pacific, Motorola Mobility said Motorola wants to “bring strong propositions that completely change mobile experience for the buyers”. “Moto X has been very well received across markets and would continue to add to Motorola’s momentum in India,” he added.
The phone is unique as it can be controlled almost completely with voice commands. It can also tell you what you need to know. Plus, useful info appear right on the screen. Users can access the camera with just a twist of the wrist and shots can be initiated by
clicking any where on the screen.
Moto X will be available in Woven Black and Woven White for Rs 23,999. In April, Cherry Red, Royal Blue, and Turquoise Green models will be added at the same price, along with the Walnut finish and Teak finish models for Rs 25,999.
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