Moto will go on
Lenovo has decided that it will stop using the Motorola name for its phones in 2016 killing off the venerable brand name.
Drops 32GB version to US $200, 64GB to US $260
Amazon.com currently sell Google's previous flagship Motorola-made Nexus 6 smartphone for a rather incredible US $200 for the 32GB and US $260 for the 64GB version.
Lenovo is ramping up the capacity rates of its handset production facilities by stepping into the OEM handset business.
When we were Phab
Lenovo Phab plus has been officially launched in China. The phone is available from China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom, but is not clear if it will be available globally.
Mobile shake up
Lenovo has decided to bolster its Motorolla brand and place its own smartphone doings under its control.
Still with 720p panel, comes in two versions
In addition to the two Moto X smartphones, Motorola has also announced its new Moto G entry-level smartphone which should make quite a fuss with its US $179 price tag.
Two new Moto X smartphones with 21-megapixel camera
It is definitely a big day for Motorola today as the company has announced no less than three different smartphones, including two versions of the Moto X, the Moto X Style and the Moto X Play.
Lenovo CEO Yang Yuanquing has confirmed that several new Motorola devices are on the way, including a new flagship phone and smartwatch.
Starting at $150, same screen, new SoC and LTE
Motorola has revamped the entry-level Moto E to include a new processor with LTE support, but the screen and much of the spec remain the same. The first-generation Motorola Moto E is powered with Snapdragon 200, an entry level Qualcomm chip that doesn’t come with LTE.
Minor update apparently
A new Moto E is in the works and Best Buy seems to have leaked the new handset, listing it on one of its websites. The listing has been pulled, but not before it was carried by numerous tech publications.