As promised nearly a month ago, Lenovo has officially launched its newest phablet offering, the Phab 2 Pro. For those not familiar with this device, it has the distinction of being the first smartphone out in the market to come with support for Google’s Tango augmented reality tech. The handset comes with a price of $500.
Lenovo has just revealed this week that it has inked a deal with software giant Microsoft, paving the way for future mobile devices from the Chinese tech giant to come preinstalled with Microsoft’s three productivity apps, namely Microsoft Office (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and other programs), OneDrive (cloud based storage), and Skype (video chat messaging and voice calls).
Motorola has announced via a post in its official blog site that the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus smartphones will be released in the United States mobile market by next month and they will be universally unlocked versions, which means that for users who purchase any of these devices, they will enjoy more flexibility i
Well, well, well, the plot thickens. One day after Lenovo showed off the Cplus, a sort of prototype of a bendable smartphone that actually has the ability to wrap around a user’s wrist (just like those slap bracelets of old), Samsung has revealed officially that, yes, the South Korean tech giant is also working on its own bendable devices and is planning to launch them by 2017.
At the recent Tech World conference held in the city of San Francisco in California, not only did Lenovo unveil new Phab2 devices (the Phab2 Pro, the Phab2, and the Phab2 Plus) and new Motorola flagship devices (the Moto Z and the Moto Z Force), the Chinese tech giant also took the opportunity to reveal that it is busy exploring tec
Apart from officially introducing its two newest Motorola modular flagship devices -- the Moto Z and the Moto Z Force, Lenovo also took the opportunity to introduce a family of smartphones under its own branding.
For its latest flagship Android smartphone offerings, Lenovo’s Motorola brand has decided to go modular. Indeed, the newest pair of Moto devices -- the Moto Z and the Moto Z Force -- feature a super slim body (the Moto Z is just over 5 millimeters thick) and a modular design that allows them to possess capabilities beyond what normal smartphones can do.
More than a decade ago, Motorola introduced for the first time a ridiculously slim flip phone called the RAZR V3. This mobile device went on to sell more than 130 million units, and essentially become an iconic symbol of the early days of cellular phones, and at the same time, propel the Motorola brand to the top of the world. But fast forwarding to a dozen years later, it is safe to say that while still a formidable mobile brand, Motorola has seen better days.
Some mobile users may not be familiar with ZUK. It is actually a Chinese mobile brand that has since been absorbed as a subsidiary of Lenovo, who also has the brands Moto and Vibe under its wing. Well, ZUK has just officially unveiled its latest smartphone offering, the Z2 Pro, which looks to be worth checking out, based on design and specifications.
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