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Moto G review (2015): Motorola wins the ‘best cheap phone’ crown, again – Engadget

Moto G review (2015): Motorola wins the ‘best cheap phone’ crown, again – Engadget

Moto G review (2015): Motorola wins the ‘best cheap phone’ crown, again – Engadget
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Moto G review (2015): Motorola wins the 'best cheap phone' crown, again

Motorola is on a mission. For the last two years, it’s been trying to suss out the finest blend of silicon and style it could get away with selling for just $ 180. And for the last two years the company has had winners on its hands — can you say “best-selling smartphone in Motorola history”? That level of success makes crafting a second Moto G sequel even trickier: Can Motorola keep its winning streak alive? Have people come to expect more out of a cheap phone than what the company can provide? It’s true that this year’s model doesn’t stray far from the formula we’ve already seen, but make no mistake: The 2015 edition is still the best deal you’ll find on a good Android phone.

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Lenovo will lay off 3200 employees and entrust Motorola with the smartphone …
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It’s been a gloomy year of job cuts for the mobile industry, as the likes of BlackBerry, Microsoft, Sony, HTC, and others have embarked on “streamlining” their operations. In other words, their products don’t sell in the oversaturated, complicated market of today, which reduces the need for labor and calls for downscaling business.

In Lenovo’s case, the company faced “severe challenges” in its main markets — PCs, tablets, and smartphones — in the second quarter of 2015. Net income declined 51% from last year, down to US $ 105 million. The PC market is in decline, while growth in smartphones has slowed down amidst increased competition.

Still, Lenovo did manage to deliver solid results amidst the recession, gaining market share in the PC and tablet sectors, and driving smartphone shipments outside China up 68%. Alas, the financials didn’t meet expectations, which steered the ship towards critical measures for achieving profitability and sustainable growth. As a result, Lenovo will set free 3,200 employees from its non-manufacturing workforce around the world.

The move belongs to a complex restructuring, which also aims to better leverage the complementary strengths of Lenovo and Motorola by simplifying the product portfolio with clearly-differentiated models, and relying solely on Motorola for design, development, and manufacturing of sma…………… continues on Phone Arena

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