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Emiratis now have access to a phone that launched in China. But it will be US consumers who might take best advantage of this phone.
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.
For about $300, it's not a bad phone all unto itself. We've seen this one coming for a while. But it has tough competition to beat at that price.
All your Moto M questions are finally and definitively answered, from screen size to battery capacity to recommended pricing.
Both the Moto M and the Lenovo P2 are about to be launched soon and it seems that their leaks have crossed streams at some point. Let's fix that.
Both phones have much in common when it comes to the rumors, so it would make sense that both would get introduced at an event on November 8.
You may not be getting a fingerprint sensor to go with that big battery, but hey, it's worth considering with some decent mid-ranger specs.
The upcoming 5.5-inch Lenovo Moto M (or perhaps Moto M Plus) is shaping up to be a robust, premiumly built Android mid-ranger.
Previously reported as hiding an upper mid-range 4.6-inch model, the XT1662 could ultimately materialize in a uniquely designed 5.5-inch Moto M.
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.