Lenovo's Moto M launched last November as a premium-looking mid-range handset. It's been offered in a few markets so far, and apparently it's managed to sell quite well.
According to a new (and sadly unsourced) report, more than 3 million Moto M units have been sold since its release less than six months ago. That's not at all bad for the Motorola brand.
That number makes the Moto M one of Lenovo's best selling mid-rangers of the past couple of years. Sales in China have been particularly impressive. The handset is now on its way to conquer other markets, such as Pakistan, Poland, Malaysia, and Thailand, among others.
This the problem lack of 3G 4G service is big problem of growth smartphone...! How many smartphone u buy this the not matter. This the main reason gsm arena does not talk about the Pakistan..!
3 million? This mobile? I don't think so