Motorola has now officially stepped into Nepal. This was celebrated with a huge inauguration program at Soaltee Crown Plaza. They also launched 4 phones to mark their entry. Lately many big mobile phone companies are coming to Nepal. We can say this is relaunch of Motorola because there were phones already in the market. But now they have officially stated their presence. Initially only budget phones including Moto E4, E4 Plus, Moto C and C Plus have been launched.
Officials from Lifecom, Motorola India, Lenovo Mobile business group were present. They presented their view, strategy and vision. Motorola is a proud mobile industry pioneer company. They also fall under Fortune 500 companies list. Motorola is now under Lenovo Mobiles Group but both brands exist in parallel.
The company only has budget phones from now. They are coming with flagship and medium range phones soon. Motorola already has a good name since dawn of feature phones. Their folding mobiles were very popular in past. We assume their reputation is going to attract more customers.
As for now, Motorola is launching Moto C at Rs 10,990, C Plus at Rs 13,990 as entry level phones. In budget level we have Moto E4 at Rs 16,290 and E4 Plus at Rs 20,990. They are trying to provide contemporary design, good performance at reasonable price. Motorola has phones for all types of budget and they are arriving to Nepal soon.
Moto E4 has good metallic body with whooping 5000 mAh battery. The phones also feature most loved Moto Actions. This includes chop action to open light and twist to open camera. Best thin about Moto mobiles is Pure Android implementation.
As the company is running officially, people can also take benefit of service centers to repair their phones. We like their starting because budget level phones is the biggest market in Nepal. The should definitely launch G, X and Z series phones soon to make the fans happy. Biggest play will the pricing for sure and we wish it will be reasonable. We wish Motorola and Lenovo best of luck for their journey in Nepal.