Microsoft has been buying Motorola, the Motorola Xoom, and the Nokia Lumia range of phones.
It is worth pointing out that Motorola had already paid Microsoft a huge sum to acquire the Nokia name, which it is using to promote its Windows Phone platform.
The company will now pay Microsoft a “significant sum” to acquire Motorola, according to Bloomberg.
This is not the first time Microsoft has paid for Motorola phones.
In July, Microsoft paid $2.5 billion for Motorola Mobility, a smartphone brand that had been struggling for years.
It was bought by Lenovo, who also owns the Motorola business, and it was renamed Lenovo.
The deal was announced at the end of July.
A Microsoft spokesperson told Reuters that Motorola will continue to operate under the Nokia brand.
Microsoft also bought Nokia’s mobile division in 2015, and is working on a number of acquisitions to strengthen its presence in the mobile space.
The news of Microsoft’s plans to buy all three Motorola businesses comes after the company also paid $1.5bn to buy a majority stake in Apple.
Microsoft has previously invested in a number, including a deal to buy Nokia’s mapping business in 2011.