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Lenovo is a technology company headquartered in China. They are primarily known for their Windows-based PCs, but Lenovo also manufacturers Android devices and Chromebooks. Lenovo owns Motorola Mobility as well. Visit the Lenovo forums.

Lenovo Smart Display with Google Assistant now available starting at $199

The Google Assistant has previously only been available via voice on Google Home devices. You give it voice-based questions and it recites answers out loud. The Google Home is an implementation of the Google Assistant which allows you to ask it questions anywhere in your home - without being tied to your smartphone. It's been...

How to install TWRP and root with Magisk on the Moto G6

The Motorola Moto G6 is an entry level release from Lenovo under the Moto brand. With a 5.7-inch 18:9 IPS display (2160×1080), the G6 brings the newest trend of 2018 to the masses, alongside other reliable specifications such as a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 SoC, 3/4GB of RAM, 32/64GB of storage, expandable storage, and dual 12...

Android P Beta ported for some Snapdragon Project Treble-enabled devices

Project Treble is still a relatively new development for Android. After all, it was first introduced with Android Oreo and only devices launching with Android 8.0 and newer are required to be Treble-compatible out of the box. Yet, it has boosted custom ROM development in our forums in new, previously unimaginable ways: We've seen an...

Motorola launches the 5000mAh-powered Moto E5 Plus and the Moto E5 in India

Motorola has launched the Motorola Moto E5 Plus and the Moto E5 in India. The Moto E5 Plus will go on sale for ₹11,999 ($174), while the Moto E5 will be available for ₹9,999 ($145). The smartphones slot in below the Motorola Moto G6 in Motorola's budget 2018 smartphone lineup. The Moto E5 Plus and the...

Motorola Moto Z3 Play receives closed Android P beta in China

Android P was announced by Google back in March. Since then, we have seen the release of Android P DP2 (which was the first Android P beta), followed by the release of Android P DP3 (also known as Android P Beta 2). This year, Google is following a new system of development. In previous year,...

Renders of the Motorola One, another Moto Android One device, leak online

Renders of the Motorola One have leaked online courtesy of AndroidHeadlines. This is not to be confused with the Motorola One Power, which we've covered already. This is another Android One device to be released by the company sometime in the future with some very small differences. As we already know, the Motorola One Power is...

18 Chromebooks from Acer, Asus, Lenovo, & Dell receive Linux app support

Eighteen Chromebooks based on Intel Apollo Lake architecture, which includes many from brands such as Acer, Asus, Lenovo, and Dell, get Linux app support in one fell swoop. In a change that landed Wednesday morning, the developers switched on Linux app support for all Apollo Lake Chromebooks under the baseboards Reef and Coral. See below for a...

Motorola Moto Z3 Play may launch in India next week

While the Motorola Moto Z3 Play hasn't been officially released anywhere yet, Motorola announced it earlier this month. This came after a number of exclusive leaks here at XDA, including rumored specifications and leaked photographs of the device. For those of you in India looking forward to the device, we have some good news. 91mobiles reports that...

Moto Camera app updated with new UI & Google Photos integration for 2018 Motorola phones

One of the cool features of the newly announced Moto Z3 Play is the Google Lens integration. Google's nifty Lens tool is built right into the stock Moto Camera app. It's just a tap away for all your photo scanning and object identifying needs. To make way for this functionality, the Moto Camera app is...

Motorola Moto Z3 Play is here with Moto Mod support & Google Lens integration

The Moto Z3 Play has been the focus of a few exclusive leaks here on XDA recently. We first got the rumored specs a couple of weeks ago. That was followed up with some leaked photos a few days later. Today, Motorola and Lenovo have finally made the budget-friendly device official. The first thing to note...

[Update: Teased at Computex] The Lenovo Yoga Book may be getting a successor

In 2016, Lenovo launched a convertible laptop called the Yoga Book. The device was more than your typical convertible laptop. It had a completely flat touch-sensitive "keyboard" dubbed the "Create Pad." You could type on the virtual keyboard and draw with a stylus. Lenovo offered the Yoga Book is both Android and Windows 10 flavors. Now,...

The truly “all screen” Lenovo Z5 still has a display notch

So, it's clear that one of the new trends within the smartphone market right now is the shift to incredibly slim bezels. Smartphone designs are allowing for the bezels to get so slim that many companies are opting for what has become known as the "notch" at the top of the device. The design is...