RIP Motorola, Long Live Moto. Lenovo kills the brand
Lenovo India uploaded a teaser tweet this morning but didn't disclose the upcoming phone's name. However, the picture revealed by the tweet shows dual speakers at the back panel of the phone. The phone looks quite similar to the Lemon 3 smartphone which has been made available only in China so far.
Brace yourselves for rich & powerful sound as this device is set to deliver the #Knockout punch thanks to DolbyAtmos pic.twitter.com/SqY9oaNMpX— Lenovo India (@Lenovo_in) February 15, 2016
Brace yourselves for rich & powerful sound as this device is set to deliver the #Knockout punch thanks to DolbyAtmos pic.twitter.com/SqY9oaNMpX
As per Gadgets360, Lenovo's Lemon 3 sports a 5-inch Full HD display, a Snapdragon 616 octa-core chip, 16GB of storage and 2GB of RAM which makes it an impressive mid-range device.
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The phone also comes with 13MP and 5MP cameras, a 2,750 mAh battery, Android 5.1 Lollipop OS, dual SIM support and LTE capability. Since Lemon 3 doesn't feature Dolby Atmos, the upcoming phone at Mobile World Congress could be a premium variant of the same and may get launched globally.
Lenovo Lemon 3
Back in January, Lenovo announced the shutdown of Motorola as a brand, choosing to stamp its own name on future smartphones. However, since Moto is such a popular name in the world of smartphones, Lenovo will continue to run the Moto line for as long as it lasts.
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Along with the Moto line, Lenovo will also sell its Vibe line of low end smartphones from now on. Both smartphone lines will be managed by the Motorola Mobility division which comes under Lenovo. “Motorola Mobility continues to exist as a Lenovo company and is the engineering and design engine for all of our mobile products," said a Lenovo spokesman.