Good execution is perhaps the ultimate asset, and among modular handsets on the market today, we think the Lenovo-made Moto Z series is a shining example.
The entry point to the Z series and its promising ecosystem of add-ons is the $449 Moto Z Play. As the price suggests, it is a midrange Android phone backed by an octa-core Snapdragon 625 chipset with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of expandable storage. The rest of the specs aren’t too shabby either: 16-megapixel rear camera with f/2.0 lens; reversible Type-C connector; and 3,510mAh battery.
Of course, the real highlight here is the variety of accessories that snap on the back of the Play and other Z devices and consist of a choice between cases, a battery back, a JBL stereo speaker, a Hasselblad zoom camera, and a handheld projector, which is great for movie night at home.
The Moto Z Play is already being sold to customers in the US, the UK, and Latin America. The Indian market will get it sometime in October.
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Lenovo rethinks what a clamshell, notebook computer could be like. What if you removed the keyboard and replaced it with a multi-purpose surface? That’s exactly what the Yoga Book is.
This second-generation device adds an E Ink panel that you can use for reading books, taking notes with a pen, and typing on a customizable touchscreen surface.
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Is this how the upcoming Mate 20 will be like?
Huawei launched a whole bunch stuff at IFA 2018 including the AI Cube, Huawei Tracker, Mate 20 Lite, and a new Kirin 980 processor that will launch on the upcoming Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro.
While the launch date is still more than a month away, their announcements in Germany tell us much about what their next beast of a flagship will be like.
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Here’s what you can look forward to from Apple’s newest OS
We’ve been playing around with the beta version of macOS Mojave and we’re really enjoying our time with it. For anyone who wants to try this new operating system, simply head over to their site and enroll in the Apple Beta Software Program.
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