Motorola Philippines wants you to “find your edge,” as it introduces today, October 15, its 5G-ready Edge 20 series phones.
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Motorola is bringing something new to the Philippines this October.
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 870 chipset, the follow-up to the Snapdragon 865 Plus and Snapdragon 865, gets another time in the limelight now that the first phone to use it is official.
Lenovo-owned Motorola will unveil the Motorola Edge S in China on January 26, according to the company’s official teaser image posted on Weibo. The teaser has also confirmed the phone’s back design. Though a global release has yet to be announced, the Motorola Edge successor should pick up a lot of interest outside of the Chinese market, as it will be the first smartphone to debut Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 870 5G chipset.
Qualcomm’s next-flagship chipset is not called Snapdragon 765, as many expected; it’s Snapdragon 888, representing a number considered lucky in China.
Motorola is back in the Philippines after a long hiatus. Now, the Lenovo-owned smartphone brand has announced two phones in the country, namely the Motorola Moto G 5G Plus and the high-end Motorola RAZR 5G foldable.
It looks like Lenovo‘s foldable smartphone is finally coming to our shores, four months after it debuted and three months after the company confirmed that its mobile division is going to make a comeback here.
It’s been almost two years since Lenovo launched a new smartphone in the Philippines. And then… silence. We haven’t heard from the Chinese brand in a while, but that won’t be the case for long.
The Motorola RAZR is scheduled for a comeback November 13. A few weeks before its rumored launch, we get a glimpse of what looks like official renders of the foldable flip phone.
Market-research firms Counterpoint and Canalys have released their respective reports on the world’s top smartphone brands in the third quarter of 2019.
We loved the Moto RAZR series. One of the last we had was the special gold edition Dolce & Gabbana V3i, which was launched in the Philippines in 2006 with a price tag of P18,000 (around $345). So imagine how we felt when the Wall Street Journal reported that the phone is making a comeback in 2019 — with a foldable screen this time.
No smartphone is perfect, but some are more problematic than others. And according to the latest State of Mobile Device Repair and Security Report, the Xiaomi Redmi 4 and Apple iPhone 6 had the highest failure rates among Android and iOS devices in the last quarter of 2017.
Counterpoint Research’s report for the first quarter of 2018 is in. And it shows an interesting detail.
Word has it that Xiaomi’s smartphone shipments dropped from 70 million in 2015 to 41 million in 2016. So you wouldn’t think that it could rise again so soon, so fast. But that’s exactly what it did.
NOTHER day, another bargain smartphone announcement. This time round, it’s Lenovo, Motorola’s current owner, that will host a press event to formally introduce the Moto G5 series to the Philippine market. The reveal is pegged to be on October 9, per the invite we received.
NDROID One, Google’s line of budget devices that’s originally targeted at developing markets, is alive and well indeed. Just days after Xiaomi launched its first phone with stock Android, we’re hearing that Motorola may be the next manufacturer to release an Android One handset.
OTOROLA is at it again with modular smartphones. It just announced the Moto Z2 Play (click for complete specs) in the Philippines, where the device will compete in the premium midrange segment against the likes of the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017), the Vivo V5 Plus, and the OPPO F3 Plus, to name a few.
ENOVO-OWNED Motorola has a new budget smartphone available for purchase in the Philippines through online retailer Lazada. The Moto C (click for complete specs) is about as low-end as they come these days. It’s as cheap as acceptable budget phones come, too, checking in at P3,699 or around $75.
ENOVO-OWNED Motorola didn’t unveil a new top-end phone at this year’s Mobile World Congress [MWC] in Barcelona. Instead, we got a duo of midrange handsets — the Moto G5 (click for complete specs) and the Moto G5 Plus (click for full specs) — that will jointly carry the torch for the brand’s best-selling G series this year.
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