Thanks to the latest information received from Brazil, we have pictures of the future Motorola's entry-level smartphone Moto E. Also, from the same source came the alleged specs. Recent rumors of a 4.3-inch screen proved to be true.
In the Motorola's event that will take place on May 13 a new entry-level smartphone Moto E will be launched. This will be the successor of popular Moto G device that appeared last year.
After Google introduced the Android Wear operating system for which they plan to run the smart watches and similar devices, Motorola has introduced its own smart watch - Moto 360. Right at first glance it is obvious that Motorola's concept differs from all so far available on the market. Motorola instead of blocky and square shapes what we can see in the example of Sony and Samsung solutions, offers a well-known circular design which can found in the classical watches. If you believe the information coming from Asian manufacturing plants Motorola just because of that faced with problems in production.
According to Wall Street Journal, Motorola Mobility CEO Dennis Woodside will leave the company before the official acquisition by Lenovo. His new job will be at the position of COO (Chief Operating Officer) in Dropbox, a popular service for storing data in the cloud.
From Google have officially confirmed the information that was leaked to the media just a few hours earlier; Motorola was sold to Lenovo. A week after it emerged that they agreed to purchase IBM Servers, a Chinese manufacturer of computers and equipment took another significant global company.
Yesterday the big news was that Lenovo “bought” Motorola Mobility from Google for around $2.91 Billion dollars. This price tag is a far cry from the $12.5 Billion that Google originally paid for the handset maker. Something seems missing in the differences until you find out that Lenovo did not get the same thing that Google bought. All Lenovo is selling is the manufacturing capability and the brand name. The majority of Motorola’s assets are going to stay with Google.
According to the latest information coming from the Motorola's Dennis Woodside, they are currently preparing plans for the first budget smartphone.
“We were attracted to each other at the party, that was obvious! You're on your own for the night, that's also obvious... we're two adults.”Alex Forrest, “Fatal Attraction,” Paramount, 1987
The other evening I left the office, got about a half block and had to pull a U-turn to go back for my smartphone. I’ve left my billfold at the office a few times but never bothered to retrieve it … just drove a little more carefully the next morning. Sure, I have a tablet and ultrabook at home that I could have used; but jeezz, it’s my smartphone! It’s not like I’m addicted to it. It’s not like I sleep with it … silly house rules!
It’s no wonder the smartphone has taken off so rapidly around the globe. From almost anywhere, it enables you to be in touch with everyone, virtually anytime.
While the devices are subsidized by carriers in the Americas (O.K., there’s a “service contract” attached, but still…) few other countries started down that dark path by letting you buy your device anywhere and giving you contract breaks on the volume of usage. The device price limited some users’ choices; but for a growing number of folks, it was a justifiable investment.
Motorola has announced the launch of their new smartphone Moto X. Conference at which the device will be presented is scheduled for 1st August and will take place in New York.
In the ad which will appear in the New York Times, USA Today, The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal, Motorola will announce their upcoming smartphone Moto X. It is an Android device that will need to show why Google two years ago landed $12.5 billion to become the owner of Motorola's mobile division (except for patents).