Motorola, once known for offering fast software updates to practically its entire line-up and ensuring that no phone is left behind, seems to have changed the way it does things. The smartphone maker recently launched its latest mid-range and affordable smartphones at an event in Brazil, which is one of its key global markets. The
Motorola is all set to launch the Moto Z3 Play smartphone soon and the device has been seen in numerous leaks that have already spread on the internet. And if the rumors and leaks and case renders are to be believed, the new smartphone from Motorola will have a side-mounted fingerprint scanner in all probability.
We now have a better look at the upcoming Motorola Moto G6 range of devices, thanks to a new set of leaked renders that have emerged today. The renders show off all three phones - the Moto G6 Plus, Moto G6 and Moto G6 Play - in various color options. Lenovo is expected to launch
The lyrics of David Guetta s Titanium are the kind that inspire you. The track speaks of being invincible and bulletproof, and are sure to give you strength on the kind of days when you need it. Unfortunately, most smartphones are anything but indestructible; the smallest drop can put a crack in your screen that
Lenovo-owned Motorola has typically maintained only its affordable line-up of smartphones in India, which are sold with an online-first focus. However, coming soon after the launch of the Rs 24,999 Moto X4 (6GB RAM) is the Moto Z2 Force. The phone goes on sale on February 16 at midnight on Flipkart, priced at Rs 34,999.
At a launch event in London, Honor 7X was officially unveiled today. The smartphone is the second by the company to sport the 18:9 FullView display trend, after the Honor 9i was launched two months ago. However, among its competitors, it is certainly not the only device that adopts the almost bezel-less design in a
Lenovo-owned Motorola recently launched a new smartphone in its Moto X-series. Called the Moto X4, the new smartphone comes two years after the company launched the Moto X Style and Moto X Play smartphones. Some of the key highlights of the smartphone are the front and back glass design, dual-camera setup at the back and
The Moto G5 and G5 Plus were launched only in March this year, but in a surprising change of ways, Motorola has decided to introduce a mid-cycle refresher to the range. Perhaps it is driven by the need to keep innovating and remain relevant, and I can t even be mad about the concept of the mid-cycle upgrade anymore. With the kind of competition brands face and frequently changing technological trends, it s now important to keep up with the curve. As a result, for Lenovo-owned Motorola, the now six-month-old Moto G5 Plus is no longer good enough to keep it relevant in the highly competitive sub-Rs 20,000 space.
The Moto X4 had received an official launch date for September 2 in the Philippines, although the smartphone s launch date had been speculated since May with the last possible date being August 24. It now looks like Lenovo-owned Motorola will be launching the Moto X4 at IFA 2017. Although Motorola doesn t have an event lined up for IFA 2017, a booth titled Moto X4 has been spotted at the event venue in Berlin, Germany.
Lenovo-owned Motorola made a significant mark on the smartphone industry last year when it brought its take on modular smartphones to the world. Very different from the concept-like ways of Project Ara but definitely better implemented than LG's half-baked attempts with the G5, the Moto Mods that worked with the Moto Z and Moto Z Play were everything you expect a modular design in 2016 to be; simple, fun and easy to use. It was as simple as slapping on a device to the back of the phone, and the whole thing just worked, which is what made the idea so appealing.
Lenovo is pulling the trigger on the brand Motorola, once again. Unlike the Indian market, Lenovo and Motorola don t really enjoy a large presence in the US, where LG and Samsung are de facto for the premium Android smartphones. Lenovo, however, wants to change that, and it will be sacrificing its Lenovo branding from all the Motorola phones. The revival efforts also include an increased focus on the premium segment.
At Mobile World Congress earlier this year, Lenovo-owned Motorola launched the latest iterations of its popular G range of smartphones -- long seen as among the best mid-range options available. The Moto G5 Plus and Moto G5 continued with the winning formula of the range, offering great looks, above average features and reliable performance at a very reasonable price.
Lenovo-owned Motorola s Moto X (2017) has been a much rumored device and we ve seen the phone leaked quite often in the past. While those leaks have proved to be false leads, this time around, images and a few alleged specifications of the Moto X (2017) have surfaced online courtesy of tipster hellomotoHK. At the time of filing this story though, the Google+ page has been taken down.
The Moto G5 Plus is the latest smartphone from Motorola s popular G range of devices, and continues the legacy of one of the world s most popular affordable smartphone lineups. And although we already knew all about the smartphone back at its launch at MWC 2017, pricing was revealed today, and we now have proper perspective of just how the Moto G5 Plus fares against competing products such as the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 and Lenovo P2.
Since the launch of the first Moto G smartphone, Motorola has been a powerful force to reckon with in the mid-range smartphone segment. Often the go-to recommendation for smartphones under Rs 15,000, the Moto G range has pioneered the idea of combining quality with affordability. The near-stock software and promise of timely firmware updates has only added to the positive image that Motorola has in the Indian market.
It seems there will be more Motos coming from Lenovo than Phabs. If latest rumors are to be believed, the China-based smartphone maker will be using Moto branding for its future smartphones instead of using its own branding. Lenovo acquired Motorola from Google in 2014 for $2.9 billion, becoming world s third largest smartphone maker. This comes after the company reported a 20 percent growth quarter-to-quarter even as its smartphone sales have dropped $2 billion year-on-year.
Earlier this week, photos of what were touted to be Moto M and Moto M Plus devices were spotted online. The latest addition to the list of leaks about upcoming Motorola smartphones is what could possibly be a new Moto X. The smartphone was first rumored earlier this year and expected to feature new-age hardware elements like a dual-camera module and 4K video recording capabilities among others. Now giving a visual to the earlier leaked speculations is an image shared by serial leaker Evan Blass who has shared an image with #mysterymoto tag.
Earlier this month, the Moto E3 got Bluetooth certification, and the listing revealed some of the key specifications and features. It seems like Lenovo has another variant of the Moto E3 in store, and it could be called the Moto E3 Power. This variant was recently Wi-Fi certified, and we get our first glimpse at its specifications and features.
After launching the Moto X Play in India last month, Motorola recently teased the imminent launch of a slightly premium Moto X Style. The company has sent out media invites for a launch event on October 8, where it is expected to launch the Moto X Style.
Ahead of the launch next week, Moto G (2015) leaks are flowing in abundance. The latest is a promotional video released on YouTube that reveals almost all the specifications of the smartphone, leaving very little to imagination.