News by Luke Jones on Tuesday January 27, 2015.
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Motorola announced earlier this month that the company is returning to China with three of its devices, the Moto X, Moto G LTE, and the Moto X Pro (a re-tooled Nexus 6). Today Motorola held an event in China to officially unveil those handsets and confirming their launch dates.Motorola President and COO Rick Osterloh spoke at an event called Hello China, and said that the Moto X was the best Android smartphone in the world. Not that I agree with that, but Motorola is clearly hoping its flagship can make a splash in China, and it will be available for 2,999 CNY ($479) and will start shipping in early February. The Moto X Pro and Moto G LTE will also be imminent, with both devices arriving the latter part of February, and even the customizing suite Moto Maker is on the way, due in "the coming months". The company also confirmed that the Moto 360 in China, although the company did not say when exactly the launch would be.
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