Briefs: Motorola begins phone production in India

Nov 16, 2005

Motorola has started producing one of its best-selling mobile-phone models in India and is aiming its new L6 handset at the Indian market as well.

The company announced Tuesday that the ultra-slim L6 was currently being launched in India as the "newest MOTO 'must have.'" Rollouts in other markets will take place at future dates.

Meanwhile, Motorola's popular C115 line of phones is now being produced in India and will be on the market with the "Made in India" label in about a month. The C115 is designed for the mass market and includes a long-life battery.

Motorola is seeking to be a major presence in the Indian wireless market through partnerships with Bharti Teletech.

Copyright 2005 by United Press International

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