Just a Chinese edition of the Motorola G5S (Google Play store recognize it as a G5S), with some hardware removed or changed.
I bought one 4GB+32GB module from JD.com and there is no compass at all, so it's hard to use this phone to navigate.
And this XT1799-2 use Lenove's ZUI firmware as the Lenovo ZUK phone series does, which is completely beyond the look and feel from the original Android.
I felt pretty bad so I returned the phone to the seller and get a refund.
....and that's how motorola fades away for good. "Good job" Levono.
The problem I see is phones that are not launched with Android O are not required to support Project Treble. Which means one OS upgrade and that's it.
Given that Andoird O has been available for testing for half a year, there's no excuse to launch phones with Nougat now.
150 mm is too big for 5.2" and 2800 mAh is too small for an almost 2018 mobile.
You need to change mobile look.... because you all mobile look is same so that's why
I would have said "all RAM, bad CPU", but the original Moto X had eight cores, with two of them used on the CPU. If the dual-core is not a typo, this phone will be big for Motorola, if they market it right. I think it would be an entry level device, but one with unique processors.
Mary, 07 Sep 2017This is the Moto G5S plus mega edition. Lenovo gives these mad long names now.Need to change model and design
This is the Moto G5S plus mega edition. Lenovo gives these mad long names now.
welcome motorola x4 plus,
or Motorola M2
hopefully come with AMD Ryzen mobile dual core 4Ghz with hypertrading an turbo boost lol
every new technology use to start from motorola
Obi Wan Kenobi, 07 Sep 2017Moto has too many phones on their portfolio, which is confusing. They now have Z, X, G, E & C.You forgot M
Moto has too many phones on their portfolio, which is confusing. They now have Z, X, G, E & C.