sssssssss, 18 Jan 2017Yes indeed motorola is very different from htc. Motorola sold 13 phones in 5 years.Pathetic did yhou forget the moto g 1st gen? not to mention moto z sold 1 million units and moto e 3 sold 1 million units in one day, and how about you're beloved HTC? still struggling how to sell their crappy phones without updates, grow up read more news and accept the fact that you're HTC is sinking.
sssssssss, 23 Jan 2017Htc is far away ahead of all brands you said, especially Motorola wich is practically dead for... morehahahahahahaha where is your update? you know what I already enjoyed the android 7.0 to my moto z and z play and yours? HTC is nothing but garbage? talking about audio quality? lol talk to my cat probably she will understands you're nonsense illusion.
Android Guy, 19 Jan 2017Oh look! Someone using HTC got hurt due to this comment since HTC phones are way overpriced an... moreHtc is far away ahead of all brands you said, especially Motorola wich is practically dead for over 10 years. You say there are Not updates at Htc ??? Hahahahahahahhaa. !!! You are very wrong, clueless and talking from your mad imagination. Htc gives a lot of updates !!! And not talking about the audio quality on headphones, wich is the most exclusive advantage of Htc above all brands.
Anonymous, 19 Jan 2017To the author of this article : "Lenovo is known for being a company that can turn a busine... moreA company looks at sales not if the product is perceived as rubbish by some consumers. They stated a fact that they became a number one seller worldwide.
Motorola is very fast phone I use all model phone camera result is very pretty high quality I use now moto turbo moto z play is power full phone good looking stylish I have no money I can't buy moto z play I wish my god give me money when I buy moto z play phone
Lenovo should handover Moto back to google because Motorola should not be diluted by Lenovo and people can't see Motorola falling back in this world of smartphones
Too late. Motorola is already a brand lying on the ground in the ashes of former glory.
Their good 2013-2015 run was because Google allowed their engineers and designers to call the shots. That's how you make good phones. As soon as 16 began, the layoff rounds began, and whoever remained was forced to do whatever samsung was doing.
To the author of this article :
"Lenovo is known for being a company that can turn a business around as we have seen with IBMÂ’s personal computers. Since 2005 IBM ThinkPads became Lenovo ThinkPads and the Chinese company is first in sales all over the world.
Yet that didnÂ’t work with Motorola. "
Newflash : that didn't work with IBM either. IBM Thinkpads became Lenovo Crappads (For those who don't ©®). Anyone following Thinkpad news has been painfully aware of this for several years already.
Conclusion regarding your article : the problem isn't Motorola, it's Lenovo. Anything they touch turns into crap.
sssssssss, 18 Jan 2017In india even crap is selling like hot cakes. Htc 10 is expansive for poor indian market. Moto... moreOh look! Someone using HTC got hurt due to this comment since HTC phones are way overpriced and not selling well. Even HTC agrees that their performance is not as per their expectations.
Grow up Fanboy. Personally I don't have anything gainst HTC. They make great phones. But certainly not deserving for their price.
We have hard earned money. Why would one spend $200-$300 for very midrange hardware like Standard 13 MP camera, Standard 3000 mAh battery, Total lack of Software updates when you can get Mi 5, Zenfone 3, OnePlus 2/3 at similar price range with at least some features better than HTC midrange phones.
Is Lenovo trying to revive kodak film era company where corporate culture at Motorola despise Lenovo's takeover. How many us companies survive since e-commerce started?
Anonymous, 17 Jan 2017you mention crap? ohh that's why Motorola is like hot cake in india compare to your HTC can el... moreIn india even crap is selling like hot cakes. Htc 10 is expansive for poor indian market. Motorola have 100x less global sales than Htc
ken.nyctophile05, 17 Jan 2017Software update-wise, Lenovo's MOTO phones get 2 years of software upgrade warranty. just look... moreBut that's just not true. Moto G3 only got 1 software OS update and it's stuck on Marshmallow forever now. There's no planned Nougat update.
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2017Ever since the Average Joe is influenced by their tech-savvy family member :) Technical Tom... moreLook into how arrogant Nokia management at the time were so arrogant with their brand name, just before the windows experiment how they described jumping in with Android was something like pissing in your pants to keep warm and windows was the way.
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2017Your experience is quite different from mine. I started Nokia AFTER the N97. My first Nokia wa... moreI still have my Nokia 808 preview in the draw actually. It day released with symbian belle which finally allowed portrait keyboard. The N8 I owned I will not deny had great hardware and the best camera on a phone in 2010, and yes had great features like mentioned play via radio which I think it was originally called, free ovi maps, hdmi out and connect phone to your TV.
Maybe if they continued to developed symbian things mightÂ’ve been different yes, fact is they didn't, I remember reading something on My Nokia Blog, (which was a good blog if you're a Nokia fan) about how one of the top Nokia excecs at the time apologised how the user interface of N97 was not up to scratch. The N97 was the turning point, great hardware just crap s60 software.
The ovi store was quite good for that time period as well, some great games and apps. I also have in my draw an N9 64gb which is a bitter sweet thing since it was so good just no support. I don't get why no one has picked up on the idea of that os in swipe gestures.
Lenovo is no6 in smartphone business now.. I think that's great..
Because, no1, 2 are Samsung & apple.
Coming to no3, 4, 5 its hauwei, oppo & vivo.
All these 3 brands are top 3 in china, that's make them 3,4,5 in worldwide.
Without Chinese market, they won't even in top 8 list..
But, Moto and lenovo doesn't have market in china.
They are no2 in a lot of emerging markets, after Samsung, peoples choose lenovo.
And thats the victory.
Lenovo is concerned about US & EU. Thats not a easy task at all
. Because 70℅ of market is now under sam & apple..
hrishita sahay, 18 Jan 2017I dont think lenevo phones are struggling, I am from india and here good users of lenovo mobil... moreLenovo is no1 in pc business world wide, no2 smartphone brand in india, brazil, Russia after Samsung.
Problem is moto..
Motorola is not yet profitable..
Lenovo should focus on their vibe brand, rather than trying to bring back Motorola.
Vibe Z, X, P series were awesome devices, and now hearing they are stopping vibes and focusing on moto.
Dead is dead..
Motorola, Nokia, Blackberry should rest in peace..
Trashboat, 18 Jan 2017Since when does average joe look at the processor and go " Oh no Mediatek and no Qualcomm!".
... moreEver since the Average Joe is influenced by their tech-savvy family member :)
Technical Tom is the most valued member at family meetings, fixing everybody's computer, setting up grandma's phone and putting a few p̶o̶r̶n̶f&#822;l̶i̶c̶k̶s̶ games on uncle Buck's Galaxy. :)
Trashboat, 18 Jan 2017People left Nokia after that piece of crap N97, so many including myself were disappointed, my... moreYour experience is quite different from mine. I started Nokia AFTER the N97. My first Nokia was the C7. A gorgeous looking device, small, Symbian ran terrific on it. I bought it because I need call-recording (which Nokia's do out of the box) and MS Office Outlook-syncing (due to privacy concerns I can't put my contact-list on clouds). These needs were completely fulfilled with that little device. it even went better. The onboard FM-transmitter allowed me to play my music with any car (or van) that drove (which exchanged quite often). The multitasking was topnotch (always had my claculator at hand) and ergonomics of that device is fantastic. Proper call and hangup-buttons, Long slide to activate the LED-lamp, brilliant!
Then I exchanged the C7 for the 701 wich was even better. A lot faster, more ram and a better Symbian. The 808Pureview was for me the icing on the cake. It had everything of the 701 plus a fantastic camera that today still better than my current android phone (galaxy S5).
Otherwise I'd still be using my 808PV. The best phone I ever had. Sure it didn't have the HD-screens of others, nor the raw performance. But it's multitasking is unparalleled, the use of buttons is vastly superior then any other screen-only phone, the FM-transmitter is even today unique to Nokia's smartphones and in the case of the 808PV a fantastic still image camera coupled with a very loud loudspeaker and awesome audio-system. Just record a concert with an 808PV and compare it with a recording from any other smartphone. Day and night difference in favour of the Nokia.
Unlike you, I was VERY happy with my Nokia. All of them.
please motorola officials come back takeaway motorola from lenovo. the only reason why people get hesitated with motorola nowadays is moto is now a lenovo company. from an american company to a chinese product its unbearable. and these dumbheads has taken away the motorola brand name and replaced it with moto under lenovo. nobody gonna buy moto devices hereafter. if motorola is under lenovo the mighty brand will scuttle soon. beware....