History has taught us that manufacturers typically don’t discuss hardware sales and shipments publicly, but some firms will occasionally issue press releases sharing statistics when boasting about success. However, the folks at Motorola Mobility have taken a much more casual approach to outlining its figures. Today, the soon to be Lenovo-owned company tweeted that it shipped 6.5 million devices globally during Q1 of 2014.
Not exactly a staggering statistic, 6.9 million devices is still a lot of hardware. While we’re sure there were a fair share of Moto Xs and Moto Gs moved, we’re wondering if this figure includes accessories like headphones, headsets and watches.
Whatever the case may be, Lenovo’s acquisition of Motorola Mobility is still pending regulatory approval and while there’s no clear-cut answer to what the future holds for the company, at least we were able to get a last impression of how the outfit performed under Google’s watch.