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Motorola Is "Officially" Back in Nigeria; Unveils New Range of Smartphones at Its Core Dealer Event

Lenovo, through its Subsidiary, Motorola Mobility, unveiled a new range of Moto smartphones to core dealers in Nigeria at a groundbreaking event which held in Lagos. The smartphone models which include the Moto E4, Moto E4 plus, Moto C 3G, Moto C 4G and Moto C plus boasts of exciting new features and user-friendly applications. Motorola’s range of innovative smartphones guarantee consumers the opportunity to experience high definition display and cutting edge design at value prices.

Meet the Moto E and Moto C:
The Moto E which also features the Moto E4 Plus in its range provides exceptional value for an end user as it combines the things you need at a price you will love. The Moto E has a vibrant 5″ HD display, elegantly wrapped in metal and thoughtfully designed to fit right in your hand. It also features a high definition camera which will enable consumers to shoot beautiful pictures with advanced cameras even in low light with a long lasting battery. The new Moto E Plus gives you a huge 5.5″ HD display and a massive 5000 mAh battery which can last up to 2 days, unlocks using the touch of your finger. Watch videos, play games, and more powered by a quad-core processor at 4G speed, the Moto E Plus is more of a good thing.

The Moto C Plus device is a super affordable and fully packed mobile with all the essentials required for any user. It has 4000mAh battery that allows consumers use their device for hours after a single charge. Its quad-core processor can handle multiple apps at once giving consumers the benefit of streaming music and videos smoothly. It also has a refined design featuring a vivid 5″ HD display and micro-textured back covers in several colors. Moto C Plus gives you cameras that take stunning photos and selfies, even in low light and it also runs Android™ 7.0, an updated version of the world’s most popular operating system.

With the Moto C Plus. Expect more.

Speaking at the event, Shane Solomon, Head of Marketing at Motorola said, “It is indeed a great pleasure to be back in the Nigerian market to introduce this new range of smartphones. Our commitment to improving the mobile experience of our users has enabled these premium innovations we have launched here today. Nigeria is a huge market for mobile phones and it is a market for consumers who are constantly looking to more in terms of what they can achieve with their smartphones. Being the pioneer of the world’s first smartphone, we are excited about our presence in Nigeria once again and we look forward to delighting our customers through the Moto smartphones. We decided to launch the smartphones with our top dealers from all across Nigeria. With this engagement, they will have firsthand knowledge of the phones and our plans to make the phones available throughout the country,” he added. Nnamdi Eziegbo, CEO of a retail Mobile Phone Company, SLOT Nigeria said; “Motorola is a renowned brand, across the world, for its innovation of high technology smartphones. We are happy they are back in Nigeria. As a retail partner in Nigeria, the company has created an opportunity for Nigerians to choose from the varieties of mobile phones available in the market. We will continue to support the brand to ensure that these Moto phones are available across every region of the country.”
 

 
The Moto E4, Moto E4 plus, Moto C 3G, Moto C 4G and Moto C plus will be available to consumers at all retail partner stores in Nigeria. The brand has come to stay, with an end user experience that is different for the sake of being better for everyone.
 

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12 comments on “Motorola Is "Officially" Back in Nigeria; Unveils New Range of Smartphones at Its Core Dealer Event

  1. ScentNG says:

    You were saying…..

  2. ScentNG says:

    You were saying…..
    Yinmu

  3. Pozaa says:

    I don’t trust these guys.

  4. Alli Abiola says:

    I just hope they aren’t expensive. Low budget is the key except they target the elite/socialites. #itsallisay

  5. p-Williams says:

    i hope the regain there lost glory

  6. sadeeq says:

    It nice to see Motorola back to 9ja market, I hope dy no end up etisalat.
    Misstechy pls do u accept guest post?

  7. Emmanuel Godwin says:

    Chai.. So Motorola didn’t see any other phones to launch in Nigeria, only these outdated Casing they call phones… Even the Moto E4 plus is no where close to my Infinix Zero 4. Ler them wait, we are coming to buy…
    Abeg you people should shift for me jare, am coming to faint..

  8. ỌBÁDÁRÀ says:

    … WELL, MOTOROLA, WELCOME BACK O, BUT MY SIMPLE ADVICE IS THAT, IF ITS NOT CHEAP, ITS NOT GOING TO GAIN MOMENTUM AND RE ENTERING AND MARKET AND QUITING SUCH WILL BE DISASTROUS O…

  9. Emerson says:

    Misstechy, this post doesn’t feel like you wrote it yourself.
    Goodluck to Motorola but if they haven’t got cheap phones they should forget it.

  10. Kelvin says:

    The casings are looking very boring. What’s all these I’m seeing? Well, good to have u back.

  11. motorola says:

    This is Quite amazing and Lovely

  12. Hello moto…welcome back to Naija

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