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Onwhite made the colorful, complex and glassy wallpapers that you'll find on many a new Moto-branded Lenovo phone. But what's this unused phone?
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.
After two new Moto Z devices, could we have seen a Moto X for 2016 with dual cameras? Not likely, according to an explanation from GFXBench.
A spokesperson for Motorola said that the Moto X brand co-exists with the Moto Z one and both provide their own experiences. Will there be a Moto X 2016?
Lenovo is said to be changing its branding for Motorola's latest and future flagship smartphones as well as the names for some modular accessories.
The shatterproof screen found in the DROID Turbo 2 may make a return soon in another Moto-made phone. But will it be the next flagship or DROID?
Just as it was with last year's Moto X Play and Moto X Style/Pure Editon, both Vertex and Vector Thin will play the same Tango to different specs.
Lenovo wants to blow our minds next month in San Francisco, where the first Project Tango phone will be "launched", likely alongside the Moto X 2016.
Both the Moto X 2016 and what likely is the DROID Turbo 3 have had media renders leaked and they keep with what a lot of previous leaks have shown.
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.
The Snapdragon 820 may be blazin' and the 4GB RAM may be a bit of lazin' around by Motorola as we make sense of a possible benchmark.
Lenovo-owned Motorola might be trying something new for its flagship phone this year. Or maybe not. We can't tell with this photo leak.
Could this be an early Motorola 2016 lineup leak, giving us a peak at what may be the next Moto X and Moto G?
On this week's podcast, MWC rumors including a 12-UltraPixel HTC Perfume, Apple Pay working at ATMs, and an LG G5 with a Magic Slot (oh myyyyyy)!
Lenovo CEO Yuanqing Yang informs us that a "more innovative, more attractive" smartphone is coming this summer as a July Moto launch.
Lenovo will be digesting the consolidation of its mobile phone operations with Motorola for a few years. But what do we expect from the Moto X this year?
The year's almost over, but the smartphone news isn't - check out what you've been missing in this week's podcast, with Pocketnow Weekly 180.
The company that "inspired" Apple to fit a fingerprint sensor on a phone might again offer biometric authentication features at last on the Moto X 2016.
Motorola's next flagship should be one hot phone, but maybe not a HOT-hot phone: new leaks reveal the presence of a Moto X 2016 heat pipe.