Motorola Plans To Setup Its Manufacturing Facility In India


Tech giant Motorola, creator of Moto G handset, is assessing alternatives to set up a manufacturing unit in India to take advantage of expanding interest for smart phones in the nation.

Commenting on this, Motorola Senior Marketing Director Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific Marcus Frost told, “Evaluation is going on… We will have news soon.”

He declined however to uncover further points of interest and timetable for the same. Motorola makes gadgets in China and Latin America. It did have a plant in Chennai, which was closed down a couple of years back.

Motorola joins a developing rundown of worldwide smartphone creators, including Xiaomi and Gionee, that are considering  to set up their manufacturing facilities in India, where the government is aggressively pushing its ‘Make in India’ activity.

India is one the quickest developing smartphone markets in the world. According to the reports, around 19.5 million smartphones were delivered in India in the first quarter of 2015.

Frost further said that India is a tremendous business for the organization and it has seen solid offers of its gadgets, particularly Moto G.