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.
Following the launch of the Moto Z2 Play, Motorola has finally released the Z2 Force, a real flagship smartphone that comes with a tougher screen. Apart from having top of the line specs, the Moto Z2 Force features Moto ShatterShield that’s guaranteed not to crack or shatter during accidental drops.
Moto’s G5 Plus came to me with a whole bunch of hype surrounding it. Reviews raved about how brilliant it was, and how it was all the Android smartphone you needed.
Needless to say, the bargain-hunter in me was looking forward to testing out this supposedly amazing budget smartphone.
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The original Moto G5 Plus was announced earlier this year at MWC 2017 and it is currently available in Malaysia at RM1,299. Now it appears that the folks at Lenovo is giving this mid-ranger a well deserving upgrade which is expected to be called as the Moto G5S Plus.
If the Moto Z2 Play isn’t powerful enough for your daily driver, Motorola is finally unveiling its real flagship, the Moto Z2 very soon. This will succeed its current Moto Z which came in an ultra-thin form factor and it supports Motorola’s modular Moto Mods.
Motorola is introducing not one, not two but five new Android smartphones in Malaysia. Besides the headlining Moto Z2 Play, Motorola is also bringing its affordable Moto E4 and Moto C series into our local market.
Motorola wants to make 360 VR content creation more accessible and they have introduced a new Moto Mod that can transform your Moto Z series smartphone into a 360 camera.
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.