The Amazon Prime Exclusive line of smartphones continues to grow with more options. This week, Amazon added two of the newest Motorola devices from Lenovo, adding to the company’s collection available on the program. The brand new Moto Z3 Play and the company’s Moto G6 Play have been added as the latest options and are available for pre-order.
A recent FCC filing by Motorola has hinted at an upcoming Moto C smartphone. The Moto C2 has been rumored for some time and like the original Moto C, will be a low-end device with branding from Lenovo’s subsidiary Motorola. However, it seems that the device will be powered by Google’s Android Go OS.
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After disappearing for a few months, leaks of Moto Z3 Play picked up over the last two weeks. We knew it would be any day before its announcement, and now the device has become official. Lenovo’s subsidiary, Motorola, announced the brand new smartphone quietly on the heels of the dissapointing Lenovo Z5. Moto Z3 Play will replace last year’s Moto Z2 Play, which was one of our favorite mid-range devices from a year ago. Here’s a rundown.
The parent company of Motorola has introduced a new upper mid-range smartphone. The Lenovo Z5 is official after leaking a few times and being shared in company teasers. Lenovo is branding this phone, rather than its Motorola subsidiary that’s more known to the general public for creating Android smartphones. Lenovo will have its hands full with rising competition hitting markets this season. Here’s a rundown.
Google is adding a bunch of Android smartphones to its MVNO, Project Fi. The new phones will be compatible with the network and you’ll pay for text, call and data from Google through the Project Fi service via a mobile application.
If you own a Moto Z or Galaxy S7 smartphone on Verizon, I give you full credit for holding your breath on Android Oreo. Unlike some other carriers in the US who rolled out the update for these devices many months ago, Verizon is yet to do so and has told owners of these devices many times that the update is coming. After a long wait, the update is almost ready and will release “in a few weeks.”