What if you could build the perfect smartphone, picking individual parts, and assembling them together like Lego blocks?
Wide-angle camera, snap it on. Two-day battery, snap it on. More storage for your photos, snap some on too — that’s the vision behind the modular smartphone idea, and after years of top secret development, 2016 saw multiple tech companies chase after that dream with varying amounts of success, or complete lack thereof.
Following its global debut last month, Motorola’s latest modular smartphone is making its way to Southeast Asia with a regional launch in Bangkok today.
With everyone but Motorola abandoning the modular smartphone dream, a lot is riding on the Moto Z2 Play — does the phone have what it takes to carry the modular torch?
Two years ago, I was one of the few people fortunate enough to have an early sample of Lenovo’s Yoga 900 convertible. Needless to say, it drew a lot of attention both here and abroad for its sharp looks. Does the Yoga 910 attract as much praise? See for yourself.
Another new year, another Consumer Electronic Show to cover. Although the event will be held in Las Vegas from January 5 to 8, there’ll be lots of product announcements before and after the show. Here are some of the more exciting brands to watch out for.
It’s funny how leaked photos of upcoming products always turn out so blurry, considering how great the cameras of the subjects usually are. The latest live images of the rumored Moto M aren’t any different, but they do give away everything we need to know before the possible November 8 launch.
You’ve likely come across a few augmented reality products and apps already. These range from Microsoft’s insanely expensive HoloLens to the Pokémon Go game we’ve had too much of. Unlike virtual reality, which places you in a totally separate world, augmented reality adds virtual layers to real surroundings. The now-available Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is designed to push AR even further, with a little help from Google’s Tango, of course.
Will Lenovo soon release its current selection of Moto phones to the Philippines — a market it has so far shown very little, if any, enthusiasm for until recently? If the company’s social media posts this week are any indication, the answer is pretty obvious.
Lenovo turned a lot of heads last June when they announced their flagship Moto Z and Moto Z Force smartphones, which are modular in a sense, but not all the way. By attaching proprietary MotoMods to the back panel, you can improve the audio, battery capacity, or add a projector to the mix. The newly announced Moto Z Play continues the legacy, and adds something the two predecessors have been missing: a 3.5mm audio jack.
Bigger, faster, and supposedly splash-proof, the Moto E3 tries to redefine the budget-phone model at a time when consumers seem to be more interested in the midrange segment than at any point prior.
When Google first unveiled its smartwatch operating system, Android Wear, back in 2014, it launched with three partners – LG, Motorola, and Samsung.
While the LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live dropped a few months earlier, it was the Moto 360 that almost everyone wanted (and waited for). Unlike the other two that were more tech–on–a–strap, the Moto 360 looked and felt more like a traditional watch, with a round face and genuine leather straps to choose from.
Hold, tilt, stand, or hang. Yep, you can do all of that and more on the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2. In this video we unbox the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 with Windows, a 10-inch convertible tablet/notebook computer. The tablet runs on an Intel processor, has Dolby speakers, and promises 15 hours of battery life. It also comes with a free Office 365 subscription.