As a owner of Moto X4 i can honestly say the phone is awesome. But would like to carry Moto X5 or simmilar something with big battery great specs panoramatic camera like X4 have and good enough CPU and GPU for gaming.
I love clean android.
Anonymous, 06 Jan 2020Sorry but battery wise the G7 lineup is mixed not winner. G7 Power has great battery life b... moreBased on the review samples on GSMArena, the G7 Plus sure has the best camera of any Motorola smartphone released within the recent two years.
The need to name G7 as winners clearly show the mess and bad offer they have today. With the One here, One there, Action, Power, Zoom, Pin Pam Pun, and the downgraded G8 line... And only one usable camera in all them the main of the Zoom the rest, all crap.
Sorry but battery wise the G7 lineup is mixed not winner.
G7 Power has great battery life but the G7 Plus could do so much better compared to G5 Plus and G5S Plus that had better battery life.
Motorola mod for smart geek but just a few geek, the rest just selfie fans rely on camera.
Love the Community, 05 Jan 2020Yeah, good idea. Asus made an astounding comeback last 2019. I wish they maintain or do better... moreTotally looking forward to the ROG 3 since the ROG 2 has set a benchmark.
Also excited to see if they retain the rotary camera on the successor of 6z
YUKI93, 05 Jan 2020Moto Mods is a loser? Because of that so-called loser, I'm free from laggy Bluetooth connectio... moreThey didn't expand on that lineup.
It should have changed the game long back. We could have modular Smartphones in bulk with all kind of freaky accessories if only Moto pushed and expanded their ecosystem.
The mods that they provided had limited functionality. More functionality could have been extracted.
Namelesss, 05 Jan 2020Also, no one has really had the chance to fully test this phone before calling it a winner. T... moreagree.. I understand the design is much better than the competitors, but specs and price are more important generally. ill wait until gsma review this one. but for now gsma are just assuming this is a winner :D LMAo
I'm a fan of Motorola I admit but this year their strategy as whole was quite poor. They launched two Android one devices ( hurray) but all the other one devices are not on the Android one program and are too similar with each other. No flagship device.
I prefer to think that if they didn't launch a proper flagship is because their are wondering how to make a proper one this year.
Phoenixy, 05 Jan 2020But the Fold is useless (at least for me), while the RAZR is the phone design I've been waitin... moreTotally agree with you about Galaxy Fold (and also the Huawei Mate X for that matter). It didn't matter if you fold or unfold it, the height will stay the same at 6.3". If I want a tablet, I'll buy a legit tablet with a keyboard case, and not a phone that can be unfolded into a tablet. Definitely applaud Motorola for doing a completely different idea.
Moto Mods is a loser? Because of that so-called loser, I'm free from laggy Bluetooth connection. The moto gamepad is definitely a great fun when I do PSP and Nintendo DS or 3DS emulation gaming, and that 8-hour battery life FROM THE MOD only definitely won me. Same thing with the moto 360 camera, no need for a time-consuming Bluetooth or WiFi connection - just strap and go. The Facebook Live streaming feature is a solid win for sure.
I still remembered this one time where all my friends are boasting about their S10s and iPhone 11s and P30s, while I just put the Insta-Share Projector mod on my Z2 Force and watch Netflix and Crunchyroll. Suddenly, they all don't bother about their phones.
One major Android update is fine on stock android and two years of security updates(You can get custom roms even after two to three years of official ending of updates). That's what Motorola needs to focus instead of bringing so much of devices to market(Only One device from G series/E series/Z series/Flagship series). Focus on qualcomm chipsets only. Get good enough chipset. Keep the prices under 8000-20000INR(for G and E series) with battery between 4500-5000 with turbocharging at 15Watt. Keep the battery capacity between 3500-5000 for Z series and flagship phone and to keep prices under control for having decent sales. For flagship 35000-50000 INR. For Z series, 25000-35000INR. No matter what happens, prices should not break this barrier.
The loser section doesn't go for Motorola or any other manufacturer with failed aproaches. The loser ticket goes to the people who can get their heads out of their boxes. These innovations are pretty good.
It's weird when Razor 2019 is a winner while nobody have it and even the reviewers dont have it while it have the middle class hardware for a double or triple the flagship price.
I would set this Razor 2019 as a loser just cause of the middle class hardware and 1500 euro price that nobody in masses wont buy it. It's like the samsung fold with too high price that onlly few people buy it as a gimmic fun to have just to play with it or make a video review but wont find any use afterwards.
jamesabraham, 05 Jan 2020Please post the article about 2019 WInners and Losers : AsusYeah, good idea. Asus made an astounding comeback last 2019. I wish they maintain or do better this year.
Winners: Asus Zenfone 6, Asus RoG Phone 2 and ZenUI 6.
Losers: Unstable updates (handful of Zenfone 6 fried motherboards), PR lie about RoG Phone 1 not getting Pie
Anonymous, 05 Jan 2020its a shame that razr is the winner given its
high price with mediocre specs.
its just the d... moreAlso, no one has really had the chance to fully test this phone before calling it a winner.
They say the phone was delayed due to high demand but we all know about LENOVO and their lies.
Better wait to fully test this thing before calling it a winner.
I have two phones from the Force series, both are still working fine after years of use, and the shatter shield actually works. There's no damage to display or screen after all the knocks it's taken. They should make another flagship phone with this tech as my current phones are getting old and I must upgrade