Bachchan's acting prowess are beyond the scope of his story, but the product usage and early vision are what remains in focus.
It was late 2018, that Apple's air-pods had the fans' rapt attention. But, eleven years ago, a team from Motorola had already delivered a Bluetooth headset that could play music right from your phone. This was the luxury and the trend-setter for mid-2000s.
The connection with Abhishek persisted and he was seen endorsing another Moto product- Rokr E8. Certainly, Motorola was destined to have a great future. But then Google lapped up the tech firm via an acquisition for nearly $12.5 billions sometime post 2010.
By mid of 2014, sales for Moto G and Moto E editions had picked up steam. But, Google had a change of thought. After holding Motorola for a short while, Google decided it wise to sell Motorola, along with 2000 patents for $2.91 billion to Lenovo.
From being a technology behemoth with thousands of patents to dipping sales, life seems to have changed for Motorola. It certainly is no more India's largest smartphone brand.
Here's what transpired.
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Text: Krishna Sinha Chaudhury, IANS
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