Motorola aims to grow faster than industry in India

Smartphone maker Motorola is looking to clock a “profitable growth” and grow “faster than the industry” in India on both quarterly and yearly basis, with devices in the price range of Rs 9,000 to Rs 20,000 a unit driving the momentum, a top company official has said.  The company registered growth in the April-June quarter over the previous three-month period in India even though the overall shipment of smartphones declined, Motorola Mobility Managing Director and Country Head for Lenovo Mobile Business Group Prashanth Mani said. “The Indian market declined while we grew quarter-on-quarter. We had premium to market. I would see the market is growing because there are new products. As long as the industry sees innovation, constant changes in terms of product being offered has a value, you will continue to see growth in the smartphone industry,” Mani told

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