With the latest roll-outs from Apple and Samsung, Lenovo-owned Motorola has come up with an aggressive marketing strategy. Motorola accuses Samsung of stealing its idea of Always On display and aiming over the Galaxy Note 7 Saga. Now, Motorola is turning attention with the latest listing of Moto Z in the official website.
With the newly launched commercial with a tag ‘Skip the Sevens’ Moto’s new handset is trying to convince Apple loyalists with its very features and specifications and is quite a bit successful in persuading its innovation is far better compared to iPhone 7.
In the video Advert, Motorola has gathered a group of Apple Loyalists and asked about the newly released Brand’s flagship model. The participants claimed that they have only got a better processor and improved camera and the overall performance of the new generation iPhone isn’t really impressive.
The host brought an ‘iPhone prototype’ and continued to exhibit the accessories which can be attached on the rear side of the handset. Undoubtedly, it was the new Moto Z along with its three Mods, the focus group is not aware of it and assuming that it’s one a kind of Apple smartphone product.
The group of Apple loyalists has got the fascination with three Motorola Mods comprises of Incipio offGRID Power Pack, JBL SoundBoost Speaker and the Moto Instant-Share Projector. More or less the group was shocked after unleashing the fact that the smartphone was not a product of Apple or so.
However, the aggressive market strategy of Motorola Moto Z with a tag ‘Skip the sevens’ is directly referring to the Samsung Flagships like Galaxy S7, Galaxy Note 7 and Galaxy S7 edge along side with newly announced iPhone 7 series.
It seems the video commercial will create a significant impact on the users and will surely make “seven” buyers re-think about the decision. This could also be a great boost its sales across all Moto Z variants like Z-Droid, Z Force, Z Play and set the targets to a higher level. Moto Z release date in India is presumed very soon once after the series make its launch in the United Kingdom.
Motorola hopes this Skip the sevens Campaign makes a great noise and turn the premium smartphone buyers towards the Z series. Moto Z price in India is highly unpredictable at this moment as it is yet to release in Global markets and then make its debut in India.