"While Lenovo is more to do with hardware, high-end specifications, Motorola has always been more focused on software so that we can give consumers a better and a personalised experience on their Motorola devices," Amit Boni, general manager of Motorola India, said.

Chinese multinational computer technology company Lenovo on October 30, 2014, had said that it had completed the acquisition of Motorola and will run it as a  wholly-owned subsidiary. Motorola was a part of Google before being acquired by  the Chinese firm.

"We re-entered the India market back in February 2014 and have nearly sold 5.6 million handsets since then," Boni said, adding: "Motorola's market share in  India was nearly the same as of its parent Lenovo as per market research firm  International Data Corporation (IDC) data."

Asked about strategies to capture more market share in India, Boni said: "The company was focused on post-sales service even though Motorola's service centres have recorded the least visits from customers."

"We also have included a Moto Care app on the phone along with a Moto Care on wheels to aid the customers. The Moto Care on wheels programme has now been  extended to Mumbai and Bengaluru after being started in Delhi," he added.

The company also offers a doorstep service for post sales service. "We currently have 160 service centres in the country out of which 40 are  exclusively for Motorola handsets," Boni explained, alluding that there would be  no change in sales policy and Motorola would stick to the online route with  e-commerce player Flipkart.