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.
OU asked for it. And now it’s here. As earlier reported, Lenovo today rolled out the Moto M (click for complete specs) to the Philippine market, further solidifying its presence in the country’s now-competitive midrange segment.
ENOVO’S all-metal phone, the Motorola Moto M (click for complete specs), is finally moving out of China and India and making its way to the Philippines. The new Android midranger will debut locally on February 23rd, according to the event invite sent to us.
N the battle for smartphone and tablet sales this holiday season, one company ruled them all. Just like last year, Apple was the best-selling brand worldwide from December 19 to 25, getting 44 percent of all device activations during the period. Meaning if you bought a gadget for yourself or your loved ones at the time, chances were it was probably made by Apple.
ATCHING the re-entry of Moto to the Philippine market is like witnessing the resurrection of a dearly departed — twice. Motorola Philippines, which had been in the country since 1979, ceased operations in 2009. It returned in July 2015 as a company now owned by Lenovo, but went silent early this year. This week saw its comeback, and Moto might just make it this time around.
OTOROLA Philippines has been dropping hints that it will bring new Moto phones to the country soon. Since October 4, the Lenovo-owned company has already posted three teasers on its Facebook page. Which models could they be? We’re willing to be they’re the Motorola Moto Z and Moto G4 or G4 Plus.
Google’s latest mobile operating system, Android 6.0 Marshmallow, is tipped to arrive later this week following Google’s recent press event. Which, as you may have guessed, has prompted several manufacturers, including Motorola, to spill the proverbial beans on when their respective products will receive the software update. For Moto owners, it seems the outlook is relatively positive, with the Lenovo-owned company recently confirming on its official blog that most Moto phones released in 2014 and this year will get a taste of Android Marshmallow sometime in the future. [frame src=”https://www.revu.com.ph/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/moto-upgrade.jpg” target=”_self” width=”620″ height=”412″ alt=”Premium WordPress Themes” align=”center” prettyphoto=”false”] List of Moto …
Hoping to bounce back from a lengthy period of dormancy, Motorola Mobility formally announced its re-entry into the Philippine market yesterday, which coincided with the local launch of 3 Motorola smartphones that are slated for release in the near future. I’m referring to the Moto X (2014), Moto G (2014), and Moto E (2015), which are expected to show up in stores by the end of July. (Sorry, Nexus fans. It looks like a local release is currently out of the question for the Nexus 6.) The Moto X (2014), Moto G (2014), and Moto E (2015), which are expected …
Earlier this week, a couple of tech blogs reported receiving invites from Motorola Mobility, indicating that the Lenovo-owned electronics manufacturer is looking to make another comeback in the local market after years of near-total absence that allowed other phone manufacturers to flourish. If that is indeed the case, then this is pretty big news, particularly for people who want to get their hands on the Moto-made Nexus 6 and Moto 360 smartwatch, not to mention those who already own Moto devices. Because even though there’s no guarantee Motorola will honor the warranties of imported devices, the company is all but …
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