I hope that Motorola UK/Europe will be better trained and the website be more accurate than what they are now.
Far too many don't know even the basics, and also consistently refusing to escalate complaints to; Motorola's and Lenovo's CEO.
Why Motorola is USA exclusive?.Why rest of world can not get Motorola devices ?.Even last year Moto Droid Turbo is not available for rest of the world..
You say that last year's Droid Turbo was 1080p? Incorrect, it was 2560x1440, go check your facts again fellas.
better to get motorola turbo with snapdragon 805
gaming on 808 with QHD is not good especially considering future proofing.
plus By that time moto turbo will get a price cut.
That's Motorola.....the lost legend. I m not exaggerating and many would agree with me that when it comes to premium built and robust phones, none can beat Motorola. Its Kevlar and Nylon material phones have no competition (even not Samsung, Apple and HTC).
People like me are very happy on this news especially for 4.6 inch screen phone. Having a compact size phone for all convenience and perfect grip with mind blowing resolution would make anyone crazy. Plus the SD 810 thing.....unmatched compact phone. I wish this would have either Kevlar or Nylon like Droid Turbo.
Great work Moto!!!
Motorola now need to do combination for new best screen and that is "IPS-Neo Quantum"
4.6" with QHD? WTF? 1080p is already more than enough for such a sceen!
Steve Max, 27 May 2015Keeping China out of the equation, the top Android manufacturers are Samsung, LG, HTC, Sony an... more"Keeping China out of the equation"
that's like saying "I need to work out 2+2. Now, keeping the number 2 out of the equation"
4.6" with qHD (960x540) is Acceptable. A 4.6" screen with 1440p/QHD is absolutely a waste.
John Jon, 27 May 2015Wrong, HTC, LG, Motorola and Samsung have QHD already. In total that is four.Well, I see no HTC flagship with QHD display (Mediatek deices aren't proper flagships, at least not until they provide the same performance as other chipsets). HTC's 2015 flagship is the M9, which was put under fire for its (smart) decision to use 1080p. Motorola actually released the QHD Moto Maxx last year, which makes the first sentence even more wrong.
4.6" QHD? Superb if you're after insane pixel density you won't notice. FHD is nearly overkill on 4.6" (I know, I have FHD on 5.2" and its plenty).
Kidding me? You pretend not to have any clue about Droid turbo with QHD display and the highest pixel density around for any smartphone announced last November? Do you even check your own webpage?
Steve Max, 27 May 2015Keeping China out of the equation, the top Android manufacturers are Samsung, LG, HTC, Sony an... moreWrong, HTC, LG, Motorola and Samsung have QHD already. In total that is four.
Keeping China out of the equation, the top Android manufacturers are Samsung, LG, HTC, Sony and Motorola. You can also count other two big players, Apple and Microsoft. Only two of those seven have a QHD flagship, so saying "almost all handset makers have introduced a QHD flagship" isn't true.