After years of absence, Motorola is officially back in Portugal and brings with it its latest renewed line of smartphones. In a closed agreement between Lenovo (owner of the brand) and jp.di, the historic brand of mobility equipment is returning to the national market.
In this renewed entry in Portugal, Motorola and jp.di are currently distributing the Motorola Edge, Moto G9 Play, Moto G9 Plus, Moto E7 Plus and Moto G 5G Pro smartphones. Ricardo Ferreira, Managing Director of jp.di, says:
“Jp.di is proud to take this step in consolidating the relationship with the Lenovo group. After the excellent results we are achieving in the business PC field, we are proud to have been chosen to help reactivate a brand with Motorola history. For our part, we are committed to responding to them with a total commitment to develop a solid distribution strategy so that the brand regains a prominent place in the national mobility market ”.
Portugal has access to Motorola smartphones again
In turn, Paola Gutiérrez Simón, Director of Marketing and Communications at Motorola, comments that:
“We have always wanted to return to Portugal with the strength of the 1990s and 2000s, when we consolidated in the Portuguese market with historic equipment such as the Motorola StarTAC, the V70 and the Razr V3. We hope that soon we will celebrate again good results with our partner jp.di, in whom we place great hopes. “
For now, we have to wait for the arrival of the equipment on the market, and: Welcome Back Moto.
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