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.
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.
The Motorola Moto X (2015) pictured above
Lenovo seems to be shaking up the Motorola brand in more ways than just branding technicalities. Tech Sina sat down with Lenovo‘s Senior VP, Chen Xudong and the exec shared what’s to come for the bat-wing logoed brand.
It doesn’t surprise us that the bridging of brands means that the Motorola profile will change to reflect the interest of Lenovo and Motorola – two brains in one head if you will – yet Lenovo will be the one wearing the pants in this relationship.
Brands have gone through massive revamps before, shaking up their whole organisation through management and branding changes. While this time the details have been all over the place, we all know that Lenovo bought Motorola away from Google in 2013.
Today, news broke that Lenovo will bid farewell to the “Motorola” branding and pushing solely the “Moto” name. So they are removing a name but the entity will continue to tinker away under a division of Lenovo.
Q4 is now in full swing, bringing some hopeful news to Motorola fans in Malaysia. A week ago, we’d already seen the Moto X Play make its way onto our local electronic certification board; now its bigger brother, the Moto X Style does the same.
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If you’re looking for the latest Moto X, it is definitely heading to Malaysia soon. The Moto X Play with the model number XT1562 has just passed our local SIRIM certification under distributor Brightstar.
The 3rd gen Moto X comes as a big surprise today where they have announced not one, but two version with distinctive specs and sizes. In the previous Moto X for 2014, it was quite an average flagship device with a 5.2″ Full HD display and a Snapdragon 801 processor that’s powered by a rather small 2,300mAh capacity battery. For 2015, Motorola is trying to cover all segments above the Moto G with a mid-range 5.5″ Moto X Play and a higher-spec 5.7″ Moto X Style.
What are the differences between the two? Read on to find out.
Motorola is planning a launch next week and its been predicted that they are going to launch at least two new smartphones, namely the Moto G (2015) and the Moto X (2015) respectively. The third gen Moto X has shown up in pictures a few times already, and this time its been spotted with a front facing flash.
Motorola is holding a big event this 28th July where there will launch their latest offering at 3 locations – London, Sao Paulo and New York. After the recent leaks and rumours, the Moto G is finally going to be revealed and it looks like it will be joined by a couple of other devices. A new surprise is the Moto X 2015, which is their top end offering and it is expected to run on a Snapdragon 810 processor. Apart from the usual suspects, there will be a couple of new “Droids” which will be exclusive to US’s Verizon network.