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Motorola might be giving up on the idea of making smartwatches as it seems we might never see a successor to the 2015 Moto 360
Lenovo, who are Motorola's parent company have said that they will not be working on a new smartwatch to be released in time for Android Wear 2's launch next year according to The Verge. 
The company's head of global product development Shakil Barkat is of the opinion that smartwatches just don't do well enough in the market and it would not be justifiable to develop a new smartwatch at this point in time.
Based on Barkat's statements, smartwatches and other wearable devices aren't doing too well and haven't been able to attract enough audience to make a regular refresh viable.  
Barkat did say though that Moto believes that the "wrist still has value," which means that we can never say never, but in the interim it's definitely not going to happen.
So if you're a fan of their earlier smartwatches or you own one, cherish it, it might be the last produced.



Brand new from Motorola is the Moto Z play and here'a a review of the phone.Looking at it you may easily mistake it for the earlier versions Z and Z force...yes they look so much alike but have some different features.

The Moto Z play is thin,stylish and affordable unlike the other models this is the most affordable going for ($449.99),what also makes it different from the Z and Z force is the 3.5mm headphone jack which was missing from the Z and Z force and also a longer lasting battery.All Moto Mods from the stylish battery packs,mini boom box,and projector still works on the Moto Z play,there is also a new Mod called "the Hasselblad True Zoom camera that makes your Android phone look and feel like a real camera with 10x zoom and physical controls.

Lets see what this phone really looks like in the review video down below:

This is actually a phone i would like to add to the list of my collections.Welcoming the new Motorola flagship Smartphone,it's called the Moto Z which also comes in a second version called the Z-force.

Motorola says it wasn't easy making a 5.2mm Thin Smartphone which i would definitely agree,looking at a device so thin....i wonder how they really managed to compress all of the components.


When it comes to Android smartphones made of metals there is always serious heating issues. So Motorola developed a liquid cooling system (a heat pipe solution) that would distribute the heat of the processor over a broader surface. This enables the Phone run longer and faster without overheating.


The video below gives detailed explanation of the Numerous and exclusive features of this Smartphone..See for yourself.




Motorola on Tuesday announced a pair of affordable new Android phones.

Motorola’s much lauded Moto G line will be welcoming two additions this year, they are the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus. 

While the phones are eerily similar, the Plus version does sport a better camera, a fingerprint sensor, more RAM and more storage.

According to Engadget, The pair of phones were announced at an event in India. 

Now for the good stuff-- what are the specs

The Moto G4 handsets have 5.5-inch Full HD displays, Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processors, 5-megapixel front-facing cameras and 3,000 mAh batteries.


They also possess 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, and a 13-megapixel camera, likely similar to the one on the current Moto G model.

Elder brother Moto G4 Plus packs a real punch with 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a fingerprint sensor and a 16-megapixel rear camera. 

In addition to more megapixels, the camera has other improvements over the one found on the regular Moto G model, such as a f/2.0 aperture, phase detection autofocus and “big pixels.”

The camera though is the real belle of the ball with the company spending considerable time during the event talking about it. 

The camera is reportedly so badass that DxOMark has already rated the Moto G Plus’s photo quality ahead of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.

The Motorola G series promises to be affordable and have already hit shelves.
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