President of Lenovo Mobile Products Division , Lui jun, said that the company was going to make wearable devices under the trademark of Lenovo in late 2014 .
Unfortunately , he did not explain in detail what kind of wearable devices to be created .
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In a wawanca with German technology site MobileGeeks on Jun also briefly touched on smart watches Motorola Mobility , named Moto 360 . If later Lenovo sanctioned U.S. and Chinese regulators to acquire Motorola , the Moto 360 will be included in the portfolio of Lenovo products .
Lenovo's decision to buy Motorola Mobility from Google , will give more strength to the China -based company to compete in the industry of mobile devices and wearable devices in developed countries .
Under an agreement in January 2014 , Lenovo needs to raise 2.91 billion U.S. dollars ( about USD 35 billion ) to acquire Motorola .
Lenovo also get 2,000 patent assets of Motorola and will receive patent license from Google in the future . Clearly , the main thing that Lenovo is targeted " Motorola's trademark . " This brand is still considered to have traction in developed countries , especially in the United States , where the Motorola "born . "