January 29, 2014
The scoop was released by Reuters, as well as China Daily: Lenovo is close to buying Motorola from Google for a figure of between 2,000 and 3,000 million dollars, depending on the versions of each source.
Google bought the mobile company for $ 12.5 billion and sold it for $ 2.91 billion to the Chinese giant Lenovo, barely two and a half years later.
The operation carried out will leave the management of the Motorola brand in the hands of Lenovo, as well as a wide variety of smartphones, from the Moto X and Moto G launched in 2013 to the Droid range, according to the Google statement.
Excess liquidity? This week Lenovo bought IBM’s server division for $ 2.3 billion
via Lenovo is close to buying Motorola for $ 3 billion – Celularis.
Updated via Google sells Morotola Mobility to Lenovo for 2.91 billion dollars
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