The Chinese multinational company Lenovo is well known for making Laptops and Smartphones is headquartered in China, and the U.S. Lenovo acquired Motorola from Google recently, and rumors are circulating that the company might change its name and use the Moto branding for its devices in the future. There were rumors earlier also about the cancellation of the Lenovo Mobile brand, and the latest news is backing up the same point.
According to the leaks, the Lenovo mobile division would not release Smartphone’s under its name, and it will be falling under the Moto brand. We do not know the reason behind this decision but looks like it is likely to be happening. Moreover, the source also hints that Lenovo Vibe P2 which is to be launched on November 8th in China alongside the Moto M might be the last Lenovo branded phone.
This means we are not going to hear the name of Lenovo associated with phones and all the upcoming devices will be pushed with Moto branding. Although this rumor has to be confirmed officially so, we need to take these with a grain of salt. We have to wait and see if Lenovo is planning to announce about this in their next meet-up which is scheduled on November 8th.
Recently the company has unveiled the Vibe P2 at the Chinese trade fair, and the successor of the Vibe P1 will feature a 5.5-inch AMOLED display and will be powered by a Snapdragon octa-core processor coupled with 4GB of RAM. Moreover there a large 5000 mAh battery promises to give two days of charge with moderate usage. There is a fingerprint sensor embedded onto the physical home button.
Coming to the Moto M, it will also feature a 5.5-inch FHD display without the AMOLED panel, and there is a fingerprint sensor on the rear to enhance the security levels. There is a 16MP camera sensor that comes with LED flash and laser autofocus, which is accompanied with 8MP camera on the front. To power the device there is a 3000 mAH of battery and will come out of the box with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and is likely to receive Nougat update soon.
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