Once renowned Motorola, which has now been acquired by Lenovo, is planning to reenter the market with phones which are very attractive and are a product of great innovations like never before.
Quite recently, some images (attached at the bottom) of the early prototypes popped out on the internet. Source of these images is a Lenovo fabrication facility. These pictures show the alleged Moto X and the Moto G which are expected to be released in July 2016. Though it should be kept in mind that the final product may differ from the ones visible in the picture to a great extent.
The “M” logo visible on the back confirms to some extent that Lenovo will stick to the Motorola’s signature. It can also be deduced from the pictures that Moto X and Moto G will feature slim metal bodies. Moreover, the colorful backs are most probably a feature of Moto G as they resemble a lot to the current generation available in the market. Last of all, we can see a small logo at the bottom of the phone which would most probably say “Lenovo” which shouldn’t come as a surprise because Lenovo would definitely want this logo to mark a beginning of a new era.
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