Apart from the Moto G5s Plus, it looks like Motorola is bringing another smartphone to Malaysia. They have just posted a teaser photo on their Facebook page which indicates that the next device will come with water resistance.
As mentioned earlier, Motorola Malaysia is bringing a new mid-range smartphone which is an update to its current Moto G5 Plus. It’s the new G5s Plus and it offers a larger screen along with a new dual-camera setup at the rear. The Malaysian launch has been confirmed and it’s taking place on 6 November 2017.
Lenovo is bringing another new mid-range smartphone to the Malaysian market with the Moto G5s Plus. Announced two months ago, it comes with a slightly bigger screen and a new dual-camera system that packs with several camera tricks.
In conjunction with #MyCyberSale 2017, Lenovo Malaysia is offering special discounts and promotions on its Motorola smartphone lineup. If you’ve been eyeing the modular Moto Z Play, you can get it now at RM550 off and you’ll get extra free gifts worth RM638.
Motorola’s ultra-thin Moto Z is now getting a huge discount in Malaysia. Originally priced at RM2,699, the Moto Z can be yours at RM1,000 off when you trade in a phone in any working condition at DirectD.
If you have been thinking of getting a Moto G5 Plus, now is probably the best time to do so. Not only it is more affordable than its usual RM1,299 price tag, you also get additional freebies including extended warranty.
Android One is an initiative by Google to deliver affordable Android devices at a lower sub-US$100 prices. When Xiaomi announced the Mi A1, it was not only their first smartphone with a stock Android experience, but it’s also the highest spec Android One device that comes with two cameras at the rear.
According to Google, they are expanding the Android One experience with more devices at different price points. Now it looks like a new one is coming soon with better specs and premium build than the A1.
The Moto X4 is finally official at IFA 2017. It’s their most stylish smartphone yet and it comes with a dual-camera setup. Unlike its other metal bodied smartphones, the X4 gets an anodized aluminium frame with Corning’s Gorilla Glass wrapping both front and back. The back also gets a 3D contoured design for a unique look.
Following their new online store for laptops, Lenovo Malaysia has finally introduced a similar platform for its Motorola smartphone business. The new Lazada-based online store offers the full range of Motorola products from the Moto C to Moto Z.
Ahead of its official announcement, the folks at Android Authority have managed to get some exclusive info on this upcoming Moto smartphone. If you’re hoping that this would replace your old Moto X, you might be in for a disappointment.