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  • Moto G6: Dependable performer with good looks in a budget

    New Delhi: Eyeing a bigger pie of the fiercely-competitive budget smartphone market in India, Lenovo-owned Motorola has added a bigger display and visibly improved the design language of the newly-launched Moto G6. It is essentially a successor to the hugely-popular Moto G5 and attempts to fill in the gaps left by its predecessor.

  • Indian smartphone vendors suffer as Chinese players gobble up share

    New Delhi : Aiming to help domestic smartphone manufacturers recover lost ground, the government has taken several measures in the recent past, like easing norms for local manufacturing and hiking customs duty on mobile phones.

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    Lenovo unveils future-ready laptops for millennials in India

    New Delhi, Aiming to provide powerful computing to millennials in India, Chinese technology major Lenovo on Wednesday unveiled new additions to its Yoga and Ideapad range of future-ready laptops. Yoga 720 is available for Rs 74,500 and Yoga 520 for Rs 39,600. In the Ideapad series, Ideapad 720S, Ideapad 520S and Ideapad 320S are available for Rs 74,850, Rs 47,450 and Rs 34,750, respectively. Ideapad 520 can be purchased for Rs 42,400 and Ideapad

  • Motorola launches fourth generation ‘Moto E’ series in India

    New Delhi: Extending its ‘Moto series in India, Lenovo-owned Motorola on Wednesday launched ‘Moto E4’ and ‘Moto E4 Plus’ smartphones. The Rs 9,999 ‘Moto E4 Plus’ will be available as a Flipkart exclusive from 11.59 p.m. of July 12, with launch offers including data plans from Jio and Idea. The Rs 8,999 ‘Moto E4’ will be available across all major retail outlets from July 12.

  • All you want to know about Moto G5 smartphone launched in India

    New Delhi: Motorola Mobility, a Lenovo brand on Tuesday launched its Moto G5 smartphone in India. Priced at Rs 11,999, consumers can buy the G5 on starting midnight April 4. The 5-inch full-HD display carrying G5 has splash proof design and equips a finger print sensor. G5 is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon octa-core processor coupled with 3GB of RAM and houses 2,800mAh battery.

  • Motorola ZDroid – When Tech has got your back!

    Ever heard of a smartphone that can customise not only its appearance but also its features as per your liking? Does something like this even exist? The techies at Motorola Mobility (a division of Lenovo) would love to answer it with a proud YES!

  • Lenovo launches portable gaming machine in India

    Bangalore: Taking the burgeoning gaming market to a new height, Global PC, tablet and smartphone maker Lenovo on Monday launched a new gaming portfolio for the millennial gamers in India.

  • Book your Lenovo Vibe K5 plus on Flipkart from 23 March

    Lenova Vibe K5 PlusNew Delhi – After getting a good response at the Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona last month, Chinese technology major Lenovo on Tuesday launched its mid-price range smartphone Vibe K5 Plus in India.

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    50% smartphones sold in 2016 will be locally made: Lenovo

    New Delhi: Chinese technology giant Lenovo today said more than half of the devices it sells in India this year under the ‘Moto’ and ‘Vibe’ brands will be manufactured at the facility in Tamil Nadu. In August last year, Lenovo had partnered contract manufacturer Flextronics to start making Motorola and Lenovo smartphones in India at the latter’s unit at Sriperumbudur near Chennai. The plant has a capacity of six million units.

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    Lenovo, Google join hands for Project Tango

    New York: Chinese computing giant Lenovo today  partnered with Google to launch a new smartphone that can see and map out surroundings with help from the US-based company’s 3D technology named Project Tango. To be available in summer 2016, the new smartphone turns the screen into a window that can overlay digital information and objects onto the real world.

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    Mobile gadgets overtake PCs in China’s online retail sales

    Beijing: Smartphones and tablets are becoming the preferred choices for Chinese consumers to do online shopping as the value of mobile sales for the first time exceeded the transactions made through personal computers in the Communist country, according to a report.

  • The Moto X Play: Say Hello to the biggest battery in town!

    In the battle of the Android flagships, one name is conspicuous by its absence. That name of course is that of Motorola. The self-professed inventor of mobile telephony, Motorola was given step-motherly treatment by Google, before being hived off to Lenovo for 1/6th of what it had been bought for. But that’s old hat, cut to 2015, Motorola, or Moto as it is better known today, is one of the strongest brands

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    Motorola sells 2.6 mn units in 7 mths; launches Moto X Play

    New Delhi: Buoyed by strong sales of Moto G and Moto E smartphones, handset maker Motorola has sold 2.6 million units in India over the last seven months. The US-based company, which re-entered the Indian market in February last year, has also launched a new smartphone — Moto X Play in the Indian market for Rs 18,499.

  • Getting up close to the Moto G 3rd gen

    The launch of the Moto G Third Generation has created a lot of buzz, and rightfully so. Check out what this budget android phone has to offer and all the exciting features you can rely on, if you have your heart set on it.

  • Acer launches Windows 10 Laptops

    In the cluttered laptop space, Acer has always tried to be different, while conforming to the highest standards of hardware excellence. In a bid to stay with the times, Acer recently launched its newest laptop range, featuring the much anticipated Windows 10 operating system. The one facet of Acer’s range of laptops is the fact that they use premium materials in constructing their machines. With this latest set of laptops too, this

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    Make in India, but more carefully

    The PM has been pushing his “Make in India” programme aggressively. Some results are visible with atleast five foreign smart phone manufacturers, namely Celkon, Foxconn, HTC, Lenovo and Sony, having expressed interest in making in India. European airplane manufacturer Airbus has also shown interest but this may be mere hype because concrete details are not forthcoming. The problem here is that the proposals are concentrated in the manufacturing space of smart phones.

  • Lenovo eyeing smartphones manufacturing unit in India

    Kolkata: Chinese electronics major Lenovo is looking at the possibility of setting up a manufacturing unit for smartphones and tablets in India. The company already has a computer manufacturing plant in Puducherry. “We are exploring the opportunity of setting up a manufacturing unit in the country,” Bhaskar Choudhuri, director (marketing) of Lenovo India said.

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    Lenovo launches ‘make your own Moto X’ scheme in China

    Beijing: Lenovo on Thursday launched the Moto Maker scheme for China at the Tech World event in Beijing. Under the scheme, Chinese smartphone fans can now design their very own customized Moto X via the Moto Maker online design studio and receive them in just a few days.

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    Lenovo to launch Windows phone this year

    Washington: Lenovo has announced its decision to launch a Windows smartphone this year. The news came after Microsoft announced its decision to team up with the Chinese giant at the WinHEC conference in Shenzhen, China, reported The Verge. However, it’s unclear if the Lenovo phones will run Windows Phone, Microsoft’s current mobile operating system, or Windows 10, which will launch this summer and can be scaled across PCs, tablets, and smartphones.