This week, Motorola officially announced the Moto G5 and the Moto G5 Plus. Both of these devices come in sleek metal and glass design, which sees Motorola depart from the mostly plastic design of past Moto offerings. And while the bigger Moto G5 Plus has a non-removable battery, the smaller Moto G5’s can be removed.
Part of what makes Motorola’s Moto Z line of smartphones so cool are the Mods, and recently, the phone maker has decided to unveil a couple of new additions to the magnetic modules. Meet the new 3,000 mAh Mophie JuicePack, which comes with a USB Type C port for independent charging, priced at $80, and a car dock (made in collaboration with Incipio) that allows users to charge their Moto Z handsets and at the same time open mobile apps (sort of like Google’s Android Auto).
By way of a recent blog post, Motorola has revealed that two of its newest smartphone offerings -- the Moto Z and the Moto Z Force -- will have the honor of being the first devices not made by Google to have support for Daydream, the search giant’s virtual reality (VR) platform.
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).
Sure, Motorola may have released a new lineup of Moto smartphones more than a month ago (the Moto Z series, which consists of the Moto Z and the Moto Z Force), but it does not mean that the phone maker has outright left its Moto E series of handsets for dead.
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
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.
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