Lenovo’s Mysterious Motorola Phone Soon In China

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  • The details of the Lenovo’s mysterious Motorola phone has shared through Weibo
  • A couple of Motorola phones will launch in China
  • The company may officially declare the details by next month


Chen Jin, Lenovo China’s General Manager, has declared last Friday the coming of Lenovo’s mysterious Motorola phone via Weibo. According to the details, coming through Weibo, the Chinese microblogging website, Motorola is gearing up to introduce a couple of Motorola phones. The smartphones will come soon as possible as in the Chinese market. 

Moto G7 Plus and Motorola P50 were the only devices that launched in the Chinese market last year. But there were a lot of Lenovo mobile phones in the market. The company has sold  Motorola Razr (2019) and Razr 5G phones this year. But they didn’t launch any other smartphones in the home market. Moreover some Lenovo branded handsets like Lenovo Legion Pro were introduced by the company.

According to the interview with Jin, that the company has a new policy for selling Lenovo and Motorola devices in China. Lenovo’s Lemon-named handsets will be available at the low price. Earlier this month, a couple of Lemon K12 series devices has already come to the Chinese market.

The Legion brand will come with performance-driven phones like the Legion Pro (aka Legion Duel in global markets). It will include mid-to-high smartphones. Therefore, the Weibo teaser posted by Jin says that the company is going to launch a new mid-range or a high-end Motorola handset in China. Probably, the company may officially declare the details of Lenovo’s mysterious Motorola phone by next month.

Motorola has come with a couple of 5G-ready phones like Moto G 5G and Moto G 5G Plus. These smartphones are available in global markets. The company may introduce any of this handsets soon in China. Motorola may declare a Snapdragon 800-series Moto G phone soon. Besides, Motorola has been gearing up to introduce a flagship phone powered by the Snapdragon 888 in 2021. The names of these high-end devices are yet to announce.


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