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  • Moto G4 and G4 Plus review: great phone, no longer quite so budget - The Guardian

    Moto G4 and G4 Plus review: great phone, no longer quite so budget - The Guardian;

    The 5.5in Moto G4 Plus is no longer punching above its weight, but is still a great device. Photograph: Samuel Gibbs for the Guardian. Lenovo. Moto G4 and G4 Plus review: great phone, no longer quite so budget. 4 / 5 stars. Latest Motorola, now Lenovo, ...and more »

  • Why Lenovo is betting on India - YourStory.com

    Why Lenovo is betting on India - YourStory.com;

    Chinese technology major Lenovo is betting on India to contribute significantly to its global growth even as smartphone sales slow down in its home market. 16710712075_c299752a0f_b Source : Flickr. Lenovo, which received about $1 billion in revenue ...and more »

  • Benchmark Listing For A Possible 2016 Motorola Moto X Surface - Android Headlines

    Benchmark Listing For A Possible 2016 Motorola Moto X Surface - Android Headlines;

    The 2013 Motorola Moto X was something of a departure for flagship devices in modern times. The device was released in the summer of 2013 and offered a lesser specification compared with the contemporary flagship devices of the time. Instead of ...and more »

  • Hasselblad event could reveal the Moto Mod camera we've been waiting for - Pocket-lint.com

    Hasselblad event could reveal the Moto Mod camera we've been waiting for - Pocket-lint.com;

    Hasselblad, the professional grade camera company, has just sent out invites to an event it's holding on 22 June. From the limited tease in the photo it looks like this could be the launch event for a Moto Mod camera for the Lenovo Moto Z. The photo on ...and more »

  • Tech Tools: Lenovo goes modular with its Moto Z - Irish Times

    Tech Tools: Lenovo goes modular with its Moto Z - Irish Times;

    The idea of the modular smartphone isn't new – both Google and LG have done work here recently – but Lenovo is now dipping its toe in the water with its Moto brand. The Z series of phones are modular, with snap-on extras to boost sound or turn your ...and more »

  • Lenovo Wants to Become Second Largest Smartphone Vendor in India - NDTV

    Lenovo Wants to Become Second Largest Smartphone Vendor in India - NDTV;

    Chinese manufacturer Lenovo had an impressive year in 2015, growing rapidly in India. The company claimed it had over 30 percent market share of 4G smartphones in the country. Lenovo's SVP Aymar de Lencquesaing on Wednesday shared some details ...and more »

  • Hasselblad's rumored camera Moto Mod could debut next week - TechnoBuffalo

    Hasselblad's rumored camera Moto Mod could debut next week - TechnoBuffalo;

    Lenovo unveiled a bunch of exciting Moto Mod accessories last week when the Moto Z and Moto Z Force were announced, but one rumored attachment was a no show. Hasselblad's rumored camera Moto Mod is still a mystery, but it could get an official ...and more »

  • Moto Z Play With Snapdragon 625 Spotted On GeekBench - Ubergizmo

    Moto Z Play With Snapdragon 625 Spotted On GeekBench - Ubergizmo;

    Moto_Z Last week Motorola announced two new handset: the Moto Z and the Moto Z Force. However a rumor that was posted a couple of days later suggested that was not all Motorola had up their sleeves, and that we could possibly be looking forward to at ...and more »

  • Moto Z vs Moto Z Force vs Moto G4 vs Moto G4 Plus: What's the difference? - Pocket-lint.com

    Moto Z vs Moto Z Force vs Moto G4 vs Moto G4 Plus: What's the difference? - Pocket-lint.com;

    Lenovo-owned Motorola has announced four devices this year comprising the Moto G4, Moto G4 Plus and the more recent Moto Z and Moto Z Force. The Moto G4 and G4 Plus target the budget end of the smartphone market, while the Moto Z and Moto Z ...and more »

  • Moto Z vs Moto X: Force, Style, Play compared - Pocket-lint.com

    Moto Z vs Moto X: Force, Style, Play compared - Pocket-lint.com;

    Lenovo-owned Motorola announced its latest flagship smartphones at the beginning of June in the form of the Moto Z and Moto Z Force. The two devices succeed the Moto X range of devices, of which there were three announced last year, but what else is ...and more »