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Excessive Lag Time Between Device Announcement and Release is Killing Excitement

We've talked at length about how overhyping a product can create unreachable expectations, and it goes without saying that a complete lack of hype can be just as disastrous. However, neither is as damaging as hyping up a product and then letting that excitement die off before launch. People can't maintain excitement about a product that they were...

On Moto G5 Criticisms: Western Reviewers Should Note the Moto G5 is Not Made for Them

The launch of the Lenovo Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus is an important event for Lenovo. These products are an integral part of Lenovo’s portfolio under the Motorola brand forming a part of their budget segment. But after their launch, the product line has been facing a lot of flak from readers and some reviewers...

Lenovo Unveils Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus with New Metal Designs

The Moto G Line has been one of the engines driving Motorola's and Lenovo's growth, with remarkable success in developing countries and growing markets, including my hometown of Argentina. Now, a design choice aims to elevate the Moto G5 above the rest of budget-friendly crowd. Hardware Specifications Moto G5 Moto G5 Plus Display   5-inch LCD (1920x1080, 441ppi)   5.2-inch LCD (1920x1080, 424ppi) Processor Snapdragon 430 1.4GHz...

Specifications of the Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus Leaked

We've known about the Motorola G5 Plus for a while, with some rumored photos and specifications coming out just over a week ago. With MWC 2017 just round the corner, more information on the phone as well as its younger sibling, the Moto G5, was bound to be leaked out. A Spanish retailer, K-Tronix, seems to...

Moto G5 Passes Through the FCC, Likely to be Unveiled at MWC 2017

As we inch closer to one of the hottest events globally for smartphones in the form of the Mobile World Congress 2017, we witness some more phones getting leaked on the way. This time, we get new information on the Moto G5, which has passed through the FCC. The FCC filing does not reveal a whole...