Free Press Journal
  • 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.

  • Motorola makes a strong comeback in US

    New Delhi, Motorola made a significant comeback in the US in the third quarter this year, almost doubling its volumes and market share annually and was the fastest growing brand, Counterpoint Research said on Saturday.

  • 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.

  • Samsung devices most traded phones in India, this year: Report

    New Delhi : Capturing 28.52 per cent of the Indian mobile phone market, South Korean giant Samsung sold maximum number of devices in 2016, followed by Apple iPhone 14.87 per cent and Motorola with 10.75 per cent, according to IANS.

  • 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!

  • Motorola X Play: Bulky yet dexterous 

    American mobile device and technology company Motorola Mobility has started bringing more of its ‘X’ models into India. The company launched the new Moto X Play at Rs.18,499 in September and here is what we think of it:

  • 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

  • The Samsung Gear S2: Functional, but still a work in progress

    The world has been buzzing about wearables for a few years now. The world’s largest electronics company Samsung has been in this still nascent market ever since it launched its first and rather unwieldy Gear range of ‘smartwatches’ in 2012/13.

  • 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.

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    Motorola to continue exclusive tie-up with Flipkart

    Kolkata: Motorola will continue its exclusive partnership with e-tailer Flipkart to sell its devices in India, even as its Chinese rival Xiaomi ramps up presence through online and offline distribution channels. “We have an exclusive tie-up with Flipkart and it will continue in the foreseeable future,” Motorola Mobility Senior Marketing Director (Europe, Middle East and Africa and India) Marcus Frost said here today.

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    Motorola plans to launch 4G version of Moto E in India by May 2015

    New Delhi: US-based Motorola is hopeful of bringing the 4G version of its popular affordable smartphone, Moto E, to India by May this year, pricing it under Rs 10,000 as it looks to compete with brands like Xiaomi and Yu. Motorola, which was acquired by Chinese technology giant Lenovo from Google last year, sells its devices in India through e—commerce firm Flipkart.