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Motorola New Smartphone “Made to Last. Priced for All” Showcasing at London in May 13th; Moto 360 Features Sapphire Glass and Wireless Charging System

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Motorola seems to be looking good after its transition from Google to Lenovo with their upcoming event in May 13?at London, with a new smartphone that is ?Made to Last. Priced for All.?

Motorola London Event

After the transition from Google to Lenovo, Motorola is now ready to join the smartphone arena once again with their upcoming new handset debuting in London. The company released an invitation scheduled for May 13, about a new Motorola device quoted as ?Made to Last. Price for All.?

Based on the description of their invitation, a smartphone allows people to connect to the world?s information, and each other, plus the ability to do great things. It seems like the new Motorola smartphone will be concentrated on improving connection between individuals on certain platforms such as messaging, chat, video communication and voice.

Before Acquisition

Last year, Motorola released their flagship smartphone called Moto X under a reasonable price. Moto X runs Android and accesses Google Now, that enables it to perform tasks online or locally.

It also responds to motion in addition to voice commands such as twisting the wrist to take a picture. Other features Moto X delivers are simple notifications on the lock screen, more voice-oriented controls, Motorola Assist, wireless control using a computer, Google Drive storage support and easy migration of data from other smartphones.

Motorola SmartWatch

Motorola 360 was not mentioned in the invitation, but we should expect that it will become compatible with their new smartphone. Moto 360 features an OLED display, splash resistance, Android 4.3 compatibility and a wireless charging system.

But sources have specified that the OLED display has a Sapphire Glass to protect the screen from being damaged, while the wireless recharging system is going to be supported by magnetic resonance technology ? the first time to be commercialised.

Motorola seems to have favoured OLED display technology than LCD screens, due to its powerful battery saving aspect by dimming or turning off individual pixels. Sapphire Glass is a more premium material compared to Gorilla Glass and Motorola wants to use the similar principle of premium watch product makers by including the tough mineral on Moto 360.

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