Lenovo-owned Chinese smartphone company Motorola on Friday announced that it has started rolling out the Android 9 Pie software over-the-air (OTA) update to its “One Power” smartphone, replacing Android Oreo.
Android 9 Pie was officially released in August and was initially made available on Google Pixel and OnePlus 6 devices.
Android 9 Pie update is bringing “Motorola One Power” users longer and improved battery life, an entirely new user interface (UI) with redesigned “Quick Settings” and a revamped split-screen option, the company said in a statement.
The update comes with intuitive navigation, simplified volume controls, improved “Do Not Disturb” mode and an easier mechanism to manage notifications along with support for dual SIM dual VoLTE and better low-light imaging.
Motorola’s online-exclusive “One Power” smartphone was launched in September and released in October as the company’s first Android One device in India. It is available on Flipkart for Rs 15,999. (IANS)
Lenovo-owned smartphone brand Motorola on Tuesday announced that it is delaying the April 2 sale of foldable flagship Moto Razr to April 15 in India due to the nationwide lockdown.
Motorola unveiled Razr (2019) on March 16 in India, at a price of Rs 1,24,999 for the sole 6GB RAM + 128GB storage variant. “Keeping national interest on top, we are abiding the government rules and want our e-commerce partners to deliver essential commodities at the moment,” the company said in a statement.
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The 2.7-inch OLED ‘Quick View’ interactive display on the outside of the device will keep you connected. The phone, when open, gives 6.2-inch ‘Flex View’ display with 21:9 ‘CinemaVision’ aspect ratio — the same ultra-wide dimensions used by the film industry.
The device has 16 MP dual use camera (f/1.7 aperture) that doubles up as the rear camera when open, and the selfie camera when closed.
It houses ‘Night Vision’ mode in extremely low-light conditions to bring more details out of the dark.
Motorola on Monday announced pre-booking of the world’s first-ever clamshell-style foldable smartphone ‘Motorola razr’ in India for Rs 124,999.
Available in ‘Black Noir’ colour, the pocket-sized device with innovative, patented hinge design would go on sale starting April 2 at offline stores across India and online on Flipkart. The launch offers include Rs 10,000 cash back and no extra-cost EMI with Citibank Debit and Credit cards for up to 24 month.
Motorola Razr users on the Jio network will get an additional one-year of unlimited services free.
There is also a one-time screen replacement offer for Rs 7,999. On the outside, the 2.7-inch OLED ‘Quick View’ interactive display will keep you connected and flip open to reveal a full-length touchscreen with latest tech.
The phone, when open, gives 6.2-inch ‘Flex View’ display with 21:9 ‘CinemaVision’ aspect ratio — the same ultra-wide dimensions used by the film industry. The device has 16 MP dual use camera (f/1.7 aperture) that doubles up as the rear camera when open, and the selfie camera when closed.
“Just twist your wrist with the phone closed to open the 16 MP main camera on the Quick View display,” said the company. Te device houses ‘Night Vision’ mode in extremely low-light conditions to bring more details out of the dark.
Equipped with stock Android 9 Pie software and ‘Moto Experiences’ that our fans know and love, moto razr delivers a bloatware-free, ad-free smartphone experience.
The Lenovo-owned Motorola is set to give some competition to the Samsung Galaxy Note series with its new phone that is likely to pack a stylus, according to a leaked image.
Well-established leaker Evan Blass has shared a peek at what appears to be an upcoming Motorola Android phone with a stylus — as he pointed out, the first Moto phone with pen input since the Windows Mobile days over a decade ago, Engadget reported on Monday.
This isn’t the rumoured “Edge+” flagship phone destined for US telecom major Verizon, Blass noted.