Motorola is undoubtedly one of the brands that best strategy comes in recent years. With a reduced catalogue of terminals it is covering a large part of the users with their E Moto, Moto G and Moto X, the latter two with two editions already. But if something was lacking Motorola was a terminal star, even above the Moto X, that for some is scarce.
And that seems to be the Motorola Droid Turbo, which in principle will have exclusive U.S. operator Verizon, and his brother, the Motorola Moto Maxx. The latter was presented as the international version of the new flagship of Motorola, but we have now been able to determine that the company plans fail for bringing the Maxx bike Europe.
After the presentation of the Nexus 6 Motorola presented a new terminal, the Turbo Droid, which should have been the new phone with the stamp of Google for many. A terminal that has as a brother to the Maxx bike, which this week is put on sale in Mexico by about 530 euros, and who had hoped that crossed the pond, but will not.
Motorola France has been commissioned to give us the bad news. Interrogated via Twitter the French subsidiary of the brand has made it clear that the Maxx bike and its promising battery won’t soil nor French or European. Therefore, and while Motorola does not surprise us with another twin terminal, who wants to do with a bike Maxx will have to import it from outside our borders. We have therefore doubt if Motorola is hitting with your strategy, deprived of its best terminal.