Motorola Did The Unthinkable And Released Its Concept For Everyone To Know; Moto G5 and G5 Plus Released This Month

Mar 01, 2017 09:00 AM EST | Paula


Motorola just released its product concepts this year. The company also released its new mobile devices, the Moto G5 and G5 plus.

The product concepts released this year includes their Mod VR headsets, photo printer, interactive LED panel and Motorola mods. Motorola showed some of its product concepts to show that it is not afraid to take risks, sparking curiosity among phone users. 

Tech Crunch explained that the company is showing a world that goes beyond tradition. This is considered a unique approach from other companies who never released concepts of their products.

It can be remembered that the company had a tough run in the last few years, with the company splitting into two in 2011. Google bought Motorola's handset division in 2012 but eventually was sold to Lenovo in 2014.

The Moto G series was later introduced to the public. Since its launch, the Moto G series has been delivering fantastic value, What Hi Fi? reported.

Motorola was able to provide an HD resolution of 1080p despite its screen size that only ranges from 5 to 5.5 inches. The Moto G series may not be the best-selling phone but it was able to help Motorola get the market shares it needed.

Motorola also released Motorola G5 and G5 Plus on February 27, with new smartphones coming within the second quarter of 2017. Auto World News reported that Moto G5 had a lot of exterior changes.

The Moto G5 and has a new interesting style and look. The two phones are said to be more elegant than the Moto G4 and G4 plus that only has plastic backs. 

The Moto G5 camera may only have a single camera but it has a dual autofocus pixel that can lock on subjects quicker, avoiding blurriness. It also has a 13 MP sensor that allows users to print pictures larger without losing its quality.

This goes to show that Motorola will not back down anytime soon. However, only time can tell what the results of these actions might be. 

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