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 current Moto G5 series is getting a mid-cycle refresh with the introduction of its new Moto G5s and Moto G5s Plus. According to Motorola, these are considered special editions with notable improvements over its current Moto G5 and G5 Plus. They offer a larger screen, improved full metal unibody exterior along with upgraded cameras.
The Moto M, which is one of the best built smartphones in its class is now getting a price cut. It comes with a solid full metal unibody design, a large screen plus a great sounding loud speaker with Dolby Atmos audio enhancement.
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.
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.
Lenovo is on a roll and they are going to announce another Motorola smartphone at the end of this month. After revealing the modular mid-range Moto Z2 Play and Moto E4/E4 Plus, the next device is highly likely to be their new Moto Z2 flagship.
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.
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.