Motorola’s big plan for the season seems to be more than just releasing the Nexus 6, as they became a part of Lenovo today after a buyout announced earlier this year.
As of today, Motorola and Lenovo are no longer separate companies as a deal announced earlier this year finally came through. The move is mighty clever from Lenovo’s side, as the company is well known for their line of laptops that provide a great performance/price ratio, and are either the top seller or runner up any given quarter, but who had yet to dip their toes in the mobile market. Sure, the Nexus 6 might be a pricey phone but future endeavors might be permeated by Lenovo’s low price and high performance ideology, so we can’t wait to see what the future has to offer.
Motorola, on the other hand, has seen an incredible return to shape the last few years after being initially under performing in the smartwatch race. Since those early days, Motorla has released the Moto X, an incredible yet cheap smartphone, and the Moto 360, one of the best Android wear devices out there. With the cheap Moto G and Moto E coming soon, and their collaboration with Google for the Nexus 6, the future looks bright for them too.
We’re hoping that an alliance between Motorola and Lenovo brings forth the best of both worlds, with hardware that surpasses expectations for its price tag and the frequent updates they’ve gotten us used to.
Via Ars Technica
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