This week sees Motorolawelcome new additions to its Moto G and Moto E lineup of smartphones -- meet the Moto G6, the Moto G6 Plus and the Moto G6 Play models, as well as the Moto E5, the Moto E5 Plus, and the Moto E5 Play handsets. According to the phone maker’s official press release, each of these new Moto devices focus on display, design, and power, taking full advantage of Qualcomm Snapdragon chip sets and the innovations brought by Google’s Android 8.0 Oreo mobile operating system.
Just this week, mobile virtual network operator Republic Wireless has decided to unveil a new promotional deal, and one that is aimed for students -- or more accurately, for parents who are looking to purchase a mobile device for their kids just in time for the start of the new school year. Basically, this latest special offer from the MVNO runs for an entire week (until August 6th), and features Motorola's Moto E4, free mobile service, and some other bundled items, for a very good price.
Mobile virtual network operator Republic Wireless has officially announced that it is now offering Motorola’s Moto E4 at a price of $99 (or $17 a month with financing from Affirm). The newest addition to Motorola’s Moto E lineup of affordable smartphone devices had made its debut just a little more than a couple of weeks ago.
According to HMD Global, the Finnish tech company that is now producing new mobile devices under the Nokia brand, it will be releasing the Nokia 6 in the United States mobile market starting next month. The device, though, will not be sold through any wireless carrier, but through Amazon. The Android powered handset will be offered in color options of black or silver, and with a pricing of $229.
The last few months have certainly seen Motorola diligently update its existing lineups of smartphone devices. During the first quarter of this year, the phone maker introduced the new Moto G5 and the Moto G5 Plus handsets. Then about a couple of weeks ago, the company also updated its Moto Play series with the Moto Z2 Play.
It appears that Motorola has a full year ahead, that is in terms of smartphone releases -- well at least according to tipster extraordinaire Evan Blass. The famous leaker has recently got hold of an image that portrays a presentation showing Lenovo’s smartphone plans for the rest of 2017. Based on the leaked picture, it appears that the Chinese tech giant is readying to launch at least nine handsets in the next few months.
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. As a matter of fact, Motorola has just officially announced the Moto E3, which should be a welcome addition to the current roster of Moto E budget friendly smartphones.
Back in 2014, Chinese tech giant Lenovo had completed its acquisition of Motorola, and fast forwarding to a couple of years, Motorola seems to be doing okay, or at least that is what Rick Osterloh, president of the company, is trying to convey to the world. Thus, Osterloh is reassuring everybody that they can expect more Moto E and Moto G mobile devices in the future, and also more Lenovo handsets.
Motorola recently rolled out an Android software update to its current flagship device, the second generation Moto X smartphone. As far as software updates go, this latest one has something cool up its sleeve, a feature that should delight owners of the Moto X handset.
As part of Android 5.1, the latest iteration of Google's Android mobile operating system, Motorola is bringing a new Moto Action gesture that allows owners of the second generation Moto X to activate the handset's flashlight with just a flick of the wrist.
Motorola officially announced the latest version of the Moto E smartphone last Wednesday. The handset comes with a starting price of $119, which will get you a 3G-compatible device. For those who want to get the newest Moto E with 4G LTE connectivity, they may have to pay $30 more.
Many consider last year's version of the Moto E handset a very good option when it comes to low-cost smartphones. It was priced at $129 and lacked 4G LTE connectivity, but still it offered good value with its software features, easily customizable casings, and a pretty decent battery.
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