Moto G9 is a new budget smartphone launched first in India. It features triple rear cameras, Snapdragon 662 under the hood, and a 5,000mAh battery among others. It will go on sale starting August 31.
Motorola has launched the 5G capable Moto g 5g plus in Europe. It comes with a Snapdragon 765 SoC, has a quad-camera setup at the back, and sports impressive specs. It will not be launched in the U.S.
Motorola has announced the One Fusion+, a smartphone powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 730, carrying a quad-camera setup and a pop-up selfie camera. It's coming to Europe next month for €300.
Although it will take quite some time, Motorola has announced that it will be bringing Android 9.0 Pie to a handful of its current handsets. The update will arrive sometime in the fall.
It was only a couple of months ago when Motorola debuted an array of handsets for 2018. Now, T-Mobile in the United States is offering two units from the lineup, the moto e5 plus and moto e5 play.
Motorola is back at it again, adding another handset to its already bursting portfolio this year. The e5 play running Android Go is set to arrive in Europe and Latin America this month
A leaked image today showed off what could possibly be the Motorola One Power, a notch sporting Moto device running Android One. According to sources, the device is rumored to be headed to the U.S.
Motorola today announced the list of carriers in the U.S. and Canada that will be offering the Moto G and Moto E line of devices. The phones will also be available from retail stores in the U.S.
We were able to check out the Moto Z3 Play in full at the end of last month through a leaked render. But now we get to see the handset in the flesh, thanks to a new set of images.
The Moto Z3 Play has been leaked a few times over the past couple months. A new render has emerged, giving us a look at slim bezels around the display, a fingerprint reader on the side, and more.
Motorola's Moto G6 Play has emerged in recent leaks. While the device's name was leaked earlier along with the rest of Motorola lineup for 2018, this is the first image of the G6 Play to surface.
Motorola India has announced through Twitter that the 6GB RAM variant of the Moto X4 with Android Oreo out-of-the-box is headed to Flipkart and its own offline stores from February 1.
Lenovo seems to have dropped the ball in protecting details of upcoming Moto devices, as images of its entire 2018 lineup have leaked online revealing critical features of the unannounced smartphones.
The Moto Z2 Force is now available through various carriers in the US. While a majority of the Mods can be purchased through Motorola, it appears the Gamepad will be a Verizon exclusive.
The handset will feature a 5.2-inch Full HD display, will be made of aluminum and will come with Android 7.1 Nougat onboard. It will be capable of operating on Google's Fi MVNO.
Lenovo has introduced two low-end handsets in its Moto E series, the Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus. Both models tout exceptionally long battery life and snappy performance at a low price point.
Lenovo has announced two new devices, the Moto C and the Moto C Plus. They begin at €89 and €119 respectively, and are both fairly low end devices, but the latter has a huge 4000mAh battery.
Details have emerged of a new Android tablet in development by Motorola, with a 'premium look and feel', cellular connectivity, and a 'productivity mode', enabling users to pin apps to the nav bar.
After abandoning the Motorola brand, and then reaffirming its commitment to it, Lenovo is now said to be shutting down ZUK Mobile, while allegedly adding its ZUI interface to some Moto handsets.
The Moto E3 smartphone was launched in August last year, but its successor could launch sooner than that this year, as it was allegedly spotted in Motorola's 44th anniversary video.
Lenovo has returned once again by offering two mid-range handsets with plenty of features and improved build quality. The Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus will be available beginning in March.
If you've been eyeing a chance to purchase the Moto Z, now would be the perfect time. The handset has received a deep discount on two reputable sites and might even come with some extras.
If a new leak is to be believed, Lenovo's G5 Plus has made an appearance online. While the front looks familiar, the rear of the device is styled much like the leaked Moto X expected for 2017.
"Leaked" images are circulating the internet that supports rumors of a 2017 Moto lineup. The device appears to be in final stages of production, sporting a stylish full metal unibody design.
The design of Lenovo's Moto Z line offered the unique ability to accept modular accessories dubbed Moto Mods. The company will invest further in the platform, offering no less than 12 Mods a year.
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Images have popped up over in China, claiming to show the upcoming Moto Droid Turbo 3, from Lenovo. The device is expected to be launched in the US before the end of the year.
Lenovo had publicly stated that it was looking to phase out Moto branding this year. But now, the company is reportedly looking to use Moto branding on all of its smartphones around the world.
After months of being locked to Verizon, Lenovo has finally begun shipping the unlocked GSM variant of its top-tier handset, the Moto Z. This is a broad first impression of the device.
Motorola originally promised that Android 7.0 Nougat would be coming to its Z and G4 family later this year. Now, the company has published a full list of supported devices that will get the update.
Motorola has announced that it has begun the 'full deployment' of its Marshmallow update for the Droid Turbo 2 on Verizon - almost two months after the rollout originally started for that device.
Photos have been leaked of what looks to be new Moto smartphones in development. They hint at a new metal design for the Moto X and show off different colored rear covers for a lower-end Moto device.
During CES, a Motorola exec has revealed that Lenovo would be removing the iconic company's brand name from its smartphones but will retain the Moto moniker for premium devices.