Motorola is keen on launching budget 4G smartphones in India at some point in 2015. In a meeting with Economic Times, Rick Osterloh, president and chief operating officer at Motorola Mobility, expressed that the manufacturer will be exceptionally forceful in the 4G fragment in India in 2015.
The transition to 4G will be quick. Next year, we are going to be very aggressive in the 4G value proposition for end users. India is absolutely essential (for global turnaround). India and Brazil are countries that we think first when we think about our business because that’s the future. The market here is growing incredibly quickly.
Motorola has a welcome green signal in India so the company is looking to pull a important position in Indian Smartphone market share, by offering affordable budget 4G empowered handsets. The company now holds the fifth largest smartphone fragment in India, and is expecting to rise up into the top three in 2015.
Osterloh did not give any further points of interest respects to a particular launch date or the sort of the hardware that will be on budget segment, however we ought to be listening to all the more as the new year comes in. While 4G services are live in a couple of cities and expecting to roll out of Pan India 4G service in the nation in early 2015.