Hands-on images: Motorola One Power offers Android One with a 19:9 display and dual lens camera

Lenovo backed Motorola is reportedly gearing up to launch an Android One running One Power smartphone in the coming weeks, according to leaked hands-on images of the unannounced Moto smartphone with Android One branding.

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Moto Z3 Play is powered by AI dual rear cameras, priced below $500

Lenovo-backed Motorola just announced the Z3 Play, a mid-range modular smartphone that comes with a bunch of moto mods support. According to Motorola, the device has backward compatibility, meaning all your older moto mods work with your new Moto Z3 play.

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Lenovo Z5, K5 Note and A5 are official: Specs, Price, Availability

Lenovo surprised us today with the announcement of the Z5 smartphone with mid-range specifications. The smartphone, which was expected to launch with a bezel-less display, 4TB of storage and 45 days of standby time, has now fallen short of expectations.

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Motorola launches much-awaited Moto G6 and G6 Play smartphones in India

Indian consumers have been eagerly waiting for next-gen Moto G series phones since their global debut back in April. Today Lenovo backed Motorola officially launched two of those smartphones into the Indian market, the Moto G6 and G6 Play.

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Moto 1S with 5.7″ display and Snapdragon 450 launched in China

Lenovo backed Motorola has announced the Moto 1S smartphone in China on Thursday. It’s specs, features and design identical to the Moto G6 that was launched in Brazil last month. The device comes with a unibody metal design paired with glossy back to look more premium.

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Motorola schedules April 19 launch event, could be for the Moto G6 series

Motorola fans are eagerly awaiting the arrival of the next-gen Moto ‘G’ series handsets from the past couple of months, and that wait may soon be over. The Lenovo backed Motorola has begun sending out press invites to an event in Sao Paulo, Brazil, which is scheduled for April 19.

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