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Motorola Bounce ‘Shatterproof’ Phone Image Leaked, Specifications Tipped

Motorola Bounce ‘Shatterproof’ Phone Image Leaked, Specifications Tipped

Motorola Bounce ‘Shatterproof’ Phone Image Leaked, Specifications Tipped
News from NDTV:

Seems like Motorola, besides working on its next-generation Moto 360 smartwatch, is also working on a new and more powerful smartphone dubbed as Motorola Bounce. The smartphone, as per the leaked set of specifications by a known tipster, looks like a slightly upgraded version of the recently announced Moto X Style.

The rumoured Motorola Bounce, as seen in the image shared by @upleaks on Twitter (seen above) on Monday, appears to come with the same design profile as the Lenovo-owned firm’s recently announced handsets. However, the side bezels of the device make the smartphone look studier.

As per the tweet, the Motorola Bounce will feature a 5.43-inch Q…………… continues on NDTV

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Moto X Play review – The Verge
News from Moto X Play review – The Verge:

A big battery and a small price mark out the middle child of Motorola’s 2015 lineup

Moto X 2013: great phone, bad camera. Moto X 2014: great phone, bad camera. What was it that George W. Bush said about not being fooled a third time? After two years of fatally flawed Moto X phones, Motorola has a new X series to sell us in 2015, but this time it’s paying due attention to the camera. The Moto X Play and its premium-tier sibling, the Moto X Style, both have a 21-megapixel camera that Motorola guarantees will make its phones “best in class.” If — and that’s a huge “if” — Motorola can rectify its biggest weakness while retaining the things that make its hardware attractive, it would indeed deserve to be part of that conversation.

The Moto X Play appears to have all the things that a modern smartphone requires and none of the superfluous extras. The Android software on board is barely distinguishable from Google’s stock version. Its processor, memory, and display specs are all a step down from the X…………… continues on Moto X Play review – The Verge

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