Ubergizmo’s Best of IFA AwardsEditor's Pick
IFA is officially going on until Sept 11, but if you haven’t had time to follow all the IFA news, our Best of IFA 2019 is what we want you to take away from this show. These are the products that caught our attention for their quality, novelty, usefulness, or daringness.
The Motorola One Zoom is the latest smartphone announced at IFA 2019, and its emphasis is clear: bring the latest in mobile camera technology into the mainstream market.
Back in the day of the feature phone, Motorola was one of the bigger name players around where the company’s RAZR smartphone was one of the hottest-selling smartphones at that time. As some of you might have heard, the company is expected to bring it back with a modern twist.
When it comes to smartphones, Motorola doesn’t seem to be pushing their agenda quite as hard compared to the other players, such as Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi, LG, and so on. However, it seems that the company could have a new phone up their sleeves that could prove to be a worthy contender.
It was reported that Motorola would be coming out with a new smartphone soon and that’s precisely what the company has done today. It has announced the Moto Z4 which is more of a mid-range smartphone than a full-fledged flagship. It does, however, have Moto Mod support which means that it will be possible to attach a 5G mod to the device.
Lenovo’s Motorola has unveiled a new smartphone today as part of the Motorola One lineup. It’s quite different from the current lineup from the company so it’s certainly unique in its own right. The Motorola One Vision features a 6.3 inch LCD display. It’s a rather tall display with a 21:9 aspect ratio. Such tall displays are great for watching movies.
For a while now we have been hearing rumors that Motorola could have a new Moto Z4 handset in the works, and now thanks to a newly-leaked render shared by Evan Blass on Twitter, we have an idea of what the phone could look like in every possible conceivable angle, leaving pretty much nothing to the imagination.
For those who might be fans of Motorola’s smartphones, you might be pleased to learn that the company could be planning a comeback in a big fashion. This is according to a recent tweet by leakster Evan Blass who claims that the company has as many as four new phones in the works which could be announced soon.
Samsung has their own chipsets in the form of the Exynos range. However for the most part, these Exynos chipsets have been exclusive to Samsung devices, but if recent benchmarks are to be believed, Motorola could be working on a handset that is powered by Samsung’s Exynos chipset.
Foldable phones appear to be well on their way to becoming a huge trend for 2019. Will it be a trend that sticks around remains to be seen, but there is definitely a ton of interest. In fact there have been reports that suggests that Motorola could be developing a foldable phone of their own.
It was reported recently that Motorola could be thinking about reviving its iconic Razr brand. The company isn’t going to launch a slim flip phone, though. The report mentioned that Motorola was creating a foldable smartphone which would be launched under the Razr brand. A patent awarded to Motorola might give us an idea of what this device could look like.
There have been quite a few leaks recently about the successor to the Motorola P30. This handset was only launched in China and it’s unclear whether the successor to this mid-range smartphone will be released elsewhere. Earlier leaks have revealed that this will be the first smartphone from Motorola to jump on the punch hole bandwagon for the front camera. A new report seemingly reveals the full specifications of this […]
For those who might be a bit concerned about the fate of Motorola’s Z-series of phones, it seems that you needn’t be because the company could be working on a new model in the form of the Moto Z4. In a video posted by CompareRaja with @OnLeaks, it shows the alleged renders of that of the Moto Z4 Play.
Not a fan of the notched design? Hate the idea of a popup camera that could potentially snap off if accidentally snagged onto something? If you don’t particularly fancy either of those two options, then the hole-in display design is probably the only other alternative right now, a design that we’ve seen companies like Samsung and Huawei adopt.