Lenovo’s Moto M was launched in China in November and was brought to the Indian market a month later. The mid-range smartphone boasts of a premium design language, which seems to have worked in the company’s favour. A new report cites the company as claiming that more than 3 million Moto M units have been sold since its launch across all markets where the phone has been available.
According to a report, Lenovo announced this milestone at the Moto M’s launch in Indonesia. The company says the smartphone has been especially popular in countries like China and India thanks to its affordable pricing and impressive specs.
The Moto M was launched in India in two variants the 32GB and 3GB model priced at 215,999, and the 64GB and 4GB version that costs 217,999. The report further states that Moto M sales accounted for 20 per cent of Lenovo’s quarter revenue in Q4 2016.