The Chinese like to describe things with extended metaphors and poems. Lenovo is a Chinese smartphone manufacturer. It owns the Moto brand which has a new device ready for launch tomorrow. And sometimes, it likes to get really wordy — like pretentious marketing in the western world.

Trust us, it can get much worse on Weibo.

motomod-teaser

Lenovo posted the above poster on its Weibo account teasing its 16 magnetized pogo pins along with the following poem that we’ve Google Translated and cleaned up quite considerably — and it’s still not perfect:

You can capture the entire night sky
and lock sights on the brightest star.
You can film the entire ocean
and also chase the slowly rising sun.
#Let imagination grow#
Moto’s 16 motorized magnetic points, with a 10x optical zoom
can eternally freeze the ultimate in beauty everywhere
#Tech World is coming#
Let’s hold our hands in the stars below the moon.
Let us touch the blue sky.
Capture the landscapes into your pocket.

That was a toughie. The double poundsigns, by the way, help in making hashtags possible in the non-spaced Chinese language.

So, what Lenovo may be getting at here is that a 10x optical zoom lens MotoMod for the Moto Z will debut. MotoMods have been rumored as easily attachable and detachable accessories for the phone.

Perfect. Great. Next thing you know, we’ll have a rendition of the “Romance of the Three Kingdoms” at Lenovo Tech World.

Source: Weibo
Via: Phandroid

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