Motorola might have a busy summer season planned with a variety of Android smartphones seemingly on their way. We’re talking about new Moto Z3 phones, a possible Moto X5, new Moto Mods, and now an unconfirmed Motorola One Power. This is the first time we’ve heard of such a device, and it won’t be your typical Motorola or Lenovo smartphone.
We can’t be far off an announcement of Moto Z3 Play. After not leaking for some time, we passed along a render yesterday. Today, what appear to be official renders have spilled all over the internet. Despite being unconfirmed by Motorola and Lenovo, the device could be announced any day now.
One company we have not heard from recently as it pertains to new products is Motorola. And over the weekend, the rumored Moto Z2 Play successor leaked alongside a Moto Mod attachment.
We’ve been hearing rumors about new Moto E5 smartphones from Motorola dating back to early 2018. We were only expecting two new phones, but instead got three models for this year: Moto E5, Moto E5 Plus and Moto E5 Play. The new low-end models will have to compete in a crowded market and are the successors to last year’s Moto E4 handsets.
Motorola, owned by Lenovo, has announced and released a new Stereo Speaker Mod for its Moto Z series of smartphones including both Moto Z and Moto Z2 models. It’s as simple as a snap to install using the pins located on the back of compatible Moto Z phone. This is super convenient since you’ll no longer have to carry around an extra speaker.
If you’re hunting for a new smartphone, Motorola has made your decision easy. In celebration of its 45th anniversary, the Lenovo brand is hosting a variety of deals most notably on its latest smartphones.
Motorola hasn’t been in the news a lot lately since it was not present at MWC 2018, but the company is making headlines this week with a major shift in management and anticipated phones. Thanks to an announcement by the company on its blog, we now have a better idea of what’s going on in the Lenovo bubble.
When a company does promising things, consumers are under the impression that products are flourishing. However, Motorola, owned by Lenovo, seems to be on shaky ground as of this moment due to the rumor that the company is laying off employees in its Chicago branch. It all started when a certain “Ex-Motorolan” posted on a website about how 50% of Motorola’s Chicago workforce had been laid off.