After the launch of Moto X in India, Motorola company has headed towards Middle East and Africa. Redington Gulf, the distributor of Middle East and Africa, has shipped 5,000 units of the smartphone Moto X for its launch in the UAE.
“At Redington, we are quite enthused to be the exclusive MEA partners for the Moto X launch. The appointment of Redington by Motorola as a distributor for the Moto X in the Middle East is a strong endorsement of our distribution capabilities across MEA markets and of our strong relationships with the channel partners in this region,” says Jim Matthews, vice president, Telecom Vertical (MEA).
“At Motorola, our roots are deep in mobile hardware and innovation — we invented mobile communications and take pride in that.” says Marcus Frost, senior marketing director, EMEA & APAC, Motorola Mobility.”
Gulf News stated that the company re-entered the UAE market after an absence of two years with the Moto G handset in January.
At another side, Motorola’s Moto G arrived India on Flipkart, with starting price Rs 12,499 for 8 GB variants, wheres 16 GB phone priced at Rs 13,999.
LTE version of the Moto X will be available in the UAE at AED 1,599, while the 3G version still not launched, it will be available after three months. The phone is available across retail outlets in the UAE from 21 May. After one week, the phone will be available in Saudi Arabia also, followed by other Gulf countries from 15 June.
“Tell it you’re going home, and your Moto X will get you there. Because it knows your voice, Moto X can do things other phones can’t,” the company said.