Today Motorola announces three new G-series phones ranging in price from $199 to $299. They've got all the features most normal smartphone users might need and there's even one with excessive battery life.
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Over the past five years, Motorola has sold more than 70 million 'G' phones. Now, it wants to close the gap and get into nine digits. It's looking for some big help from the G6 series.
Of Lenovo's six new Moto-branded low to mid-end smartphones, the G6 Plus and "regular" E5 are the only ones exclusively focused on markets outside North America.
Motorola's new G series is here. Find out what's new with the Moto G6 and Moto G6 Play coming this summer, in our hands-on article featuring specs, pictures, and more.
We're obviously talking a Moto G5 Plus configuration with only 2GB RAM and 32GB internal storage space here, but $170 is still a phenomenally low price.
For the remainder of the year, Lenovo still has a bunch of Motorola smartphone launches planned, apparently, including a Moto Z2 Force, X4, gS and gS+.
At $150, the newly expanded Moto G4 Play is a solid WiFi-first bargain on Republic Wireless with monthly plans as affordable as $15.
Unlocked, SIM-free and 4G LTE-enabled, the aging but still honorable third-generation Moto G can be picked up for a limited time at a super-low $90.
Rumors say that Motorola will be sole leader on the Moto Z, Lenovo will take the Moto X while the company may contract an ODM for the Moto E.
Lenovo reportedly plans to immediately stop production and marketing of self-branded phones worldwide, limiting its focus to the Moto lineup.
With a 5.5-inch Full HD display, 2GB RAM and Android Nougat in the cards before long, the $120 Moto G4 Prime Edition is a can't-miss deal today.
Motorola guns for bragging rights over rivals working on Android Nougat updates, but the Moto G4 Plus, not the Z, is the one soak-tested.
If you were craving for a solid sub-5-incher from a tier 1 Android OEM, the upcoming Lenovo Moto M could be just that, at 4.6 inches in screen diagonal.
It's not a gargantuan phone per se, but the long overdue 5-inch Motorola Moto E3 (by Lenovo) dwarfes its 4.5-inch forerunner.
Moto Maker tools are finally at the disposal of US-based Moto G4 and G4 Plus buyers, who can now personalize essentially everything about the two phones.
Just add the Motorola Moto G4 Plus to your cart on Amazon, and watch as list prices of both 16 and 64GB variants are lowered by $50.
Best Buy and B&H Photo Video badly want the Motorola Moto G4 and G4 Plus to sell like hotcakes, bundling the affordable phones with $50 vouchers.
The highly anticipated Motorola Moto G4 and G4 Plus (by Lenovo) have been made official in India, where the latter is set to go on sale in just a few hours.
The no doubt approaching Motorola Moto G4 and G4 Plus are likely set to strongly resemble from screen size and resolution standpoints.
Import-export database Zauba has picked up on some components destined for a phone named "Athene," known to the rest of us for now as the Moto G4.
The Moto G4 and G4 Plus are practically confirmed for a May 17 formal announcement in India, and their key selling points have begun to transpire.
The list of suspects for May 17 Motorola event headliner isn't very lengthy, but it's really anybody's guess if the Moto G4 or new Moto E are it.