Lenovo to Launch only Moto Phones in Future?

As you all know, Lenovo is one of the largest smartphone manufacturers in the country and also the continent. They’re known to target consumers, especially in the budget price segment by manufacturing value for money products. When it comes to legendary brands, Moto Phones never fails to impress us. The Atrix was released IN 2011 as the world’s first phone with both a Dual-Core Processor and 1 GB of RAM.  Motorola as a company has a very long history in the industry. Remember those days wherein you were considered a cool person if you owned a Moto Razr ?

Motorola Mobility was acquired by Lenovo from Google a couple of years ago. Since then, Lenovo started to brand itself on all the manufactured Moto Phones.

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Some sources have revealed that Lenovo will not release smartphones under their name, but will only release smartphones under Moto branding. Motorola, being a brand which has earned the trust of millions of consumers across the Globe, this step doesn’t come as a surprise. This clearly proves the fact that consumers prefer Vanilla android over any other UI which comes pre-loaded with lots of Bloatware.

Although this is just a rumor and we aren’t pretty sure about this one, So we’ll have to wait for Lenovo to officially explain what is going on. If this news turns out to be true, Lenovo P2 will be the last phone by the manufacturer which would have a Lenovo branding.

So, What do you think? If this news actually turns out to be true, will it affect the sales in any manner?


Written by Amit Arora

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