Having a concept store is a proof that a tech brand is fully operational and serious about investing in the Philippines. Recent comeback brand Moto just opened two new Moto Concept stores in Metro Manila.
Located at SM North Edsa and SM Megamall Cyberzone areas, the two new Moto concept stores are ready to say #HelloMoto to customers. Both concept stores is operated by MemoXpress, so expect competitive pricing and even credit card schemes.
“The Philippines is a very important market for Moto, and we remain committed to bringing the Moto experience to more Filipinos through our two new Moto Concept Stores. By offering greater product and service visibility, Moto is definitely on its way towards taking the Filipino digital lifestyle by storm,” said Dino Romano, Country Manager, Lenovo Mobile Business Group Philippines.
As part of its goal to become the definitive #3 player in the global smartphone market, Lenovo is building scale and efficiency by expanding its Moto line across emerging markets, including the Philippines. Currently the fastest growing smartphone market in ASEAN, the Philippines has seen a total of 3.5 million smartphone shipments in the first quarter of this year, based on International Data Corporations (IDC)’s June 2016 report.
Both Moto Concept Stores carry the newly-launched Moto smartphone lineup: its flagship line composed of Moto Z, Moto Z Play and the Moto Mods; its mid-range family, which consists of Moto G4 Plus, Moto G4 Play and Moto G Turbo; and the entry-level Moto E3 Power.
Congratulations to Moto as setting up a concept store is definitely a milestone, there are even a lot of other international brands who doesn’t have a concept store until now. This will surely put Moto into a position especially for their next wave of phones.