Mobile phones are a trend today, practically every week they bring something new to the market and the user community. Now it is the turn of Motorola and its high-end mobiles, which had been out of the market for a considerable period of time.
Motorola is struggling again to have a place within the tough competition of the smartphone market. After concentrating all its efforts on low and medium-range mobiles in recent years, now the company wants to return to the high range in 2020, that is, very soon.
Motorola is planning to get back to the high-end segment
When Motorola fell under Lenovo’s domain, things changed for the manufacturer because it moved away from everything that had to do with flagship phones. No Motorola mobile phones of this category have been seen in the market for two years. The company’s competitiveness has dropped significantly.
The highlight of the company was the launch of the Moto Z3 in 2018, a smartphone that has a Snapdragon 835 in its gut. Now, in 2019, the Moto Z4 stepped back and incorporated a Snapdragon 675 processor. So, Obviously, things have not been very good for Motorola.
Motorola says the new #MotorolaRAZR is the start of a return to premium.
"Thanks to the new technologies announced today, we'll have new premium products to announce in early 2020".
— Nirave 尼拉夫 (@nirave) December 3, 2019
Moto Razr is back
Motorola’s new Moto Razr seems a clear sign that the manufacturer will arrive with everything in 2020. In addition, the company has announced that they expect to launch a premium mobile next year. A smartphone that would have a Snapdragon 865 and that could incorporate 5G connectivity.
As for Motorola’s premium smartphone, so far, there is no indication. It could be a Z-series mobile but it could also be something totally new that allows the manufacturer to start over. In spite of everything, what is certain is that Motorola will once again compete in the high-end smartphone sector.
What do you think about Motorola’s return to the high end? , Do you think it can find a place in today ‘s tough competition?