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Motorola devices haven’t been for sale in China for a while, but with the Lenovo acquisition of the company completing it has announced today that it’s coming back to China.
Starting with the Moto X in February, Chinese customers will be able to use the full Moto Maker tool to customize their handsets before purchase. After Spring Festival which starts on February 19, Motorola will also make the Moto X Pro and Moto G available for sale.
The Moto X Pro mentioned in the post was only announced yesterday and is similar to the Nexus 6, but designed exclusively for China.
Those interested can visit Motorola’s Chinese website on January 7 (Beijing time) to learn more about pricing and availability.
➤Hello China! Motorola returns to China [Motorola Blog]
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