Apr 22 AT 4:20 PM Dima Aryeh 5 Comments

During Q1 2014, Motorola shipped 6.5 million devices

Motorola Moto X

Motorola hasn’t exactly been the most successful Android manufacturer in the world. No, in the current market, Samsung dominates and everyone else is left picking up the crumbs. But we learned that Motorola isn’t doing too bad recently, as the company announced its shipment figures over Twitter. Not many companies do this, but it’s great to see how a company is doing in terms of sales.

Motorola has shipped 6.5 million devices in Q1 of 2014 globally. So while Samsung sells 10 million flagships in 30 days, Motorola can’t even boast such a number for the entirety of its sales in a whole quarter. But considering how few markets Motorola has released its new devices in, it’s not an unimpressive number.

With Lenovo having such a well known reputation outside of the US, the acquisition of Motorola could really help the company expand. I have hope that Motorola will succeed soon, because its products are simply phenomenal. We’ll see how well the next Moto X sells, and we’ll hope that it’s better than the last.

Via: Droid-Life

Source: @Motorola

Dima Aryeh is a Russian obsessed with all things tech. He does photography, is an avid phone modder (who uses an AT&T Galaxy Note II), a heavy gamer (both PC and 360), and an aspiring home mechanic. He is also an avid fan of music, especially power metal.

    Most Tweeted This Week

  • 99steve

    That’s great news for Motorola. I would like to see LG sell alot of units also

  • redraider133

    Good for moto. Keep it up, the more competition the better!

  • Sameer

    Moto Keep the competition in healthy state

  • surethom

    The would have sold a couple of million more if they had released the 32gb Moto X to the rest of the world instead of just the Low 16gb version outside America.

    Lets hope Lenovo will do what Motorola has never done well, promote more outside America & release much quicker outside America.

  • donger