Lenovo Malaysia has just sent out media invites for the Malaysian launch of the Moto Z2 Play. This Motorola’s 2nd generation of modular smartphones that support its Moto Mods accessories.
Lenovo Malaysia has just announced the ThinkPad P51s, a powerful workstation with ultrabook portability. Designed for engineers and architects in mind, it is packed with top of the line specs with sturdy exterior construction for demanding power users.
As the Moto G series goes upmarket, Motorola has announced its more affordable lineup with the Moto E4 and E4 Plus. Like its bigger siblings, the Moto E in its 4th generation has ditched its former all plastic finish for a more premium looking design.
The tablet is in a weird spot. It was supposed to be this hybrid that lives somewhere between the laptop and the smartphone, complementing both. But as smartphones got bigger and laptops got lighter, smaller and more powerful, it became really hard to justify picking up a tablet. And so, the need for such a device dwindled.
But now I think I’ve found the tablet’s salvation. It’s called the Lenovo Yoga Book and I love it to bits.
Lenovo has just taken the covers off its new Moto Z2 Play, its latest smartphone under its modular Moto Z series. Replacing its current Moto Z Play, the new model has updated hardware plus it’s also thinner (5.9mm) and lighter (145g).
Lenovo will be unveiling its new Moto Z2 Play very soon but if you can’t wait, someone has already unboxed the full retail package of this new mid-range smartphone. The Moto Z2 Play replaces its current Moto Z Play and it retains the same modular design which supports their existing Moto Mods.
The Moto G series is Motorola’s popular budget lineup and it’s already in its 5th generation with the Moto G5 Plus. The G5 Plus was first announced during MWC 2017 and now it has finally arrived in Malaysia.
Watching videos on your phone is a pretty great. Unlike a massive TV, a tethered desktop or even a laptop, you can bring your smartphone (almost) literally everywhere you go. Walking down the stairs? Phone in hand. Eating? Phone in hand. Relieving yourself at the defecation station? Phone. In. Hand.
It’s uncanny how useful this handheld pocket computer is. But the problem is that a lot of the phones which come with the specs you’d want for a good video viewing experience live at the high end of the market.
Well, until now, that is. Meet the Moto M, probably the best budget phone you can get for content consumption.
Smartphones are ubiquitous these days. In Malaysia, it’s pretty hard to get by without some kind of smartphone to run basic messaging and social media applications. But Malaysia’s in a bad spot and because our currency is so awful, a large majority of us can’t afford super expensive flagships.
And that’s where phones like the Moto M come in. Y’know, budget phones.
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The Moto Z Play is a decent premium mid-range device which is quite thin and it can last a full day thanks to its frugal Snapdragon 625 processor and a 3,510 mAh battery. For the new Moto Z2 Play, it has gone thinner in size and as a result, it sacrifices a part which made the original Z Play great.