Motorola announces the Moto X Pro for China
Today, Motorola announced that they are officially re-entering the China market. This move comes after Lenovo acquire Motorola from google late last year. It's quite a no-brainer for Lenovo to introduce Motorola back to the chinese market, not only because Lenovo is a chinese company but also because China is the biggest smartphone market in the world.
Starting things off, Motorola will be offering three devices; the Moto X (2014), Moto G (2014) and the Moto X Pro. Well wait, the Moto X Pro sounds like a new device, technically yes but when you look at the specs, it's basically just a Nexus 6 without the Nexus branding on the back. To recap, the Nexus 6 (or Moto X Pro in this context) is powered by the Snapdragon 805 and has a 6" 2560 X 1440 display complete with a massive 3,220 mAh battery. These three devices will support China's 4G LTE bands and will be available by Q1 2015.
Additionally, customers can also customize their Moto X (2014) via Moto Maker which will be available through the Motorola website. In a more local perspective, the Moto X (2014) is expected to launch in Malaysia soon as it has been listed on the SIRIM database.
SOURCE: Official Motorola Blog