New Delhi: Lenovo-owned Motorola Mobility has announced that it will startstart selling its Moto E (2nd Gen) and Moto E (2nd Gen) 4G on Snapdeal and Amazon starting from Septembet 25.
The smartphone will also be available through offline stores including Airtel Stores through out the country.
According to reports, Motorola has tied up with Bright Star India for the distribution of the products, throughout the country.
Motorola had stopped sales of its products in India after being acquired by Google in 2012, but came back after its acquisition by Lenovo with the launch of the Moto G in February last year.
Motorola is also looking to bring its Moto Maker service to India. The Moto Maker service allows buyers to selectively customise their Motorola smartphones with shells, ascents among other things.