About 40000 phones have been imported to india at the time of this posting, by Lenovo for the first flash sale
Moto g3 marshmallow 6.0 strickes Indian version but still no theme support no new wallpaper no additional moto features no hide mode for gallery no photo and video editing tools in camera app no video call option in phone dieller plz plz plz do something about such updates
nooo, 09 Jan 2016ouch nooo.. now dont trust you anymore motorola. i already know what will happen to you after... moreSigh.. Again, some random guy who knows nothing about Lenovo. It is Motorola who's upgrading Lenovo. Motorola didn't became worse, neither Lenovo. Lenovo are getting advise from motorola, so they are getting better. And you obviously don't know Lenovo.
Saying it stupid, must be because of their move and they're chinese. Yeah, you must be one of stupid Chinese haters. Like really? Lenovo is a good company, you just haven't tried. Just because it is Chinese doesn't mean it is bad, oh my god..
1. Yes, there will be now that they got advises
2. Yes, they're getting "stock-ier"
3. Yes, they will keep selling low class phones
actually I don't like the fact that lenovo owns Motorola. but I was still purchasing Motorola phone cause that brand has got some respect to it. And now what?...
I am completely sure i will not gonna buy any Motorola phone if it will got a lenovo branding over it!!
I think it will prove a huge hindrance to the company's growth.
I am also not fan of the line "a lenovo company" written just beneath the Motorola logo, but I could still live in with that.
But now it's irresistible!!
AnonD-248589, 10 Jan 2016The gpu of the K3 note is like the worst one ever put at 1080p.I'm not sure what're you talking about. But It use the best, one of the best GPU there is. And it is from websites. WebsiteS. From more than 1 website.
Lenovo killing their most successful Moto g in 2017. It will rebrand as Vibe g. Hello Moto to bye bye Moto.
AnonD-401057, 09 Jan 2016They actually did that with IBM and got away with it ;)No.
Lenovo did not buy IBM. Lenovo bought and keep the Thinkpad brand. The same here. They are keeping the Moto brand.
Sounds to me like a superficial change. If it was a company thing like when Microsoft phased out Nokia out of the Lumia brand, then I would understand this change, but it makes no sense to make such a big deal out of a minor brand change.
Sony Ericsson was a joint venture between two companies, they did not merge! And I think it was a good thing when Sony stopped collaborating with Ericsson, Android smartphones with Sony Ericsson branding were bad, very bad, bad display, bad battery, slow and ugly design (except for Xperia U, P & S and Xperia Arc S).
Anonymous, 09 Jan 2016Maybe because Moto E has CGG3CGG or other similarly durable glass should be a standard for all smartphones; I'd never buy one without it.
.alpha, 09 Jan 2016What a stupid move by Lenovo. Motorola is one of the oldest name in communication and it doesn... morethe way you put it, old, Lenovo wants to disassociate with the Motorola that, though have been around for 88 years & pioneered radio & mobile communication, also are synonymous with failure to keep up over the last decade, save for the last 3 yrs, they only want you to remember the good bits. irony is just saying hello moto harks back to those Razr days they'd rather you forget
AnonD-353118, 09 Jan 2016Well....well.... Many of you still don't know (or don't care) about Lenovo products. After u... moreI found Toshiba satalite to be stronger that thinkpad. Since i had a thinkpad that died and toshiba still working both was jus used to go on facebook and stream vids. So my overall experience with lenono is that it breaks easily both smartphone and laptop
'The Vibe brand will coexist alongside Moto'
I am having a moment of cringing. Is my wait finally getting there? Or should it take the whole year of 2016 as another year for me to wait if Lenovo is ever going to market and sell Motorola/Moto products alongside their own Lenovo products inside their own Lenovo/Lenovo Mobile physical stores? And if it is so that they unsuspectingly will, will they ever authorize their own Lenovo service centers to double as a Motorola/Moto service center?
'We'll need some figuring out to do on our end - does the Motorola Moto G (3rd gen) become simply Moto G (3rd gen)?'
Lenovo Moto G (4th gen) if either or both companies decide to continue Motorola's series;
Lenovo Moto G (1st gen) if either or both companies realize they could go back to square one of generations since it would be marketed under Lenovo brand as opposed to Motorola brand with Motorola Moto G (nth gen);
Or Lenovo Moto [Insert letter here (Insert generation/year here)] if either or both companies just decide that giving a new name is fun and say: 'Whatever! We could have fun giving a new name for a new series model or a new name for a series model that shares and hints design cues from older series model (like X or G)'
AnonD-480261, 09 Jan 2016Also, I'd rather have a K3 note which is almost 50% cheaper than the Moto G3. The only reason ... moreyes i would still choose it. you could go buy your k3 note for USD$89 and use it.