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Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by sdqumar(m): 5:46am On Jul 24, 2017
When last did you heard or seen a Motorola phone? Well that because Motorola weren’t focusing on Nigeria market for a long time now. But that’s about to change as Motorola has decided to bring back their focus to Nigeria and unveiled a new range of moto smartphones.

The smartphones models includes Moto E4, Moto E4 plus, Moto C 3G, Moto C 4G and Moto C plus. Which Motorola said will boast alot of exciting new features and user-friendly applications.


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Motorola Is Officially Back in Nigeria; Unveils New Range of Smartphones
July 24, 2017 Sadeeq 0 Comment Android, MotorolaEdit
When last did you heard or seen a Motorola phone? Well that because Motorola weren’t focusing on Nigeria market for a long time now. But that’s about to change as Motorola has decided to bring back their focus to Nigeria and unveiled a new range of moto smartphones.

The smartphones models includes Moto E4, Moto E4 plus, Moto C 3G, Moto C 4G and Moto C plus. Which Motorola said will boast alot of exciting new features and user-friendly applications. It was also said that the new Motorola’s range of innovative smartphones guarantee consumers the opportunity to experience high definition display and cutting edge design at value prices.



Moto E4 and Moto E4 plus features and specifications
The Moto E4 is definitely a smartphone to consider not just because of specs but also because of price, especially if you are on a budget.

Moto E4 specifications
Display: 5 inch IPS 720p,Corning Gorilla Glass 3.
OS: Android 7 (nougat)
CPU: Mediatek MT6737 Quad-core 1.3 Ghz,
GPU: Mali-T72
Memory: 16 GB, 2 GB RAM
Camera: 8MP rear, 5MP front
Battery: Removable 2800 mAh.
Others: Fingerprint (front-mounted, region dependent), accelerometer, proximity

The Moto E Plus gives you a huge 5.5″ HD display and a massive 5000 mAh battery which can last up to 2 days, unlocks using the touch of your finger.

Moto E4 plus specifications
Display: 5.5 inch IPS 720p,Corning Gorilla Glass 3.
OS: Android 7 (nougat)
CPU: Mediatek MT6737 Quad-core 1.3 Ghz,
GPU: Mali-T72
Memory: 16 GB, 3 GB RAM
Camera: 13MP rear, 5MP front
Battery: Non-Removable 5000mAh.
Others: Fingerprint, accelerometer, proximity.

Moto C and Moto C plus features and specifications
The Moto C and the Moto C plus are low end smartphone which comes with a 5″ display, 1/2 gig of ram and 2350/4000mah battery for long usage. These recommended for low phone users, that don’t browsing or game much. But packs enough battery that will last for almost two days straight.

Moto C specifications
Display: 5 inch TFT 480p
OS: Android 7 (nougat)
CPU: Mediatek MT6737M Quad-core 1.3 Ghz,
GPU: Mali-T72MP2
Memory: 16 GB, 1 GB RAM
Camera: 5MP rear, 2MP front
Battery: Removable 2350mAh.
Others: Accelerometer, FM radio.

Moto C plus specifications
Display: 5 inch TFT 720p
OS: Android 7 (nougat)
CPU: Mediatek MT6737M Quad-core 1.3 Ghz,
GPU: Mali-T72MP2
Memory: 16 GB, 2 GB RAM
Camera: 8MP rear, 2MP front
Battery: Removable 4000mAh.
Others: Accelerometer, FM radio.
Source : http://thephantomweb.com/motorola-officially-back-nigeria-unveils-new-range-smartphones/

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Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by iamnlia(m): 6:08am On Jul 24, 2017
I once used a Motorola Android, best phone I ever used.
The specs are mediocre except e4 plus.

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Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by NCP: 6:11am On Jul 24, 2017
Forget it. Lenovo rebranded Moto.

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Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by sgtponzihater1(m): 6:26am On Jul 24, 2017
Welcome back bro.
Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by sgtponzihater1(m): 6:27am On Jul 24, 2017
Welcome back. Motorola used to be everyones dream

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Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by lonelydora: 6:36am On Jul 24, 2017
Waiting for Sagem (heard it's now Tecno) and Samsung T 200 (Blue eye)

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Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by DesChyko(m): 6:46am On Jul 24, 2017
Removable 4000mah of Moto C plus does it for me. But is 1.3Ghz normal in this age?

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Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by NollywoodNews24(f): 7:16am On Jul 24, 2017
Hmmnn

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Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by choky26(m): 7:16am On Jul 24, 2017
smiley
Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by MrIcredible: 7:16am On Jul 24, 2017
Nonsense!

Motorola make phones with cheap chipset MEDIATEK

RUBBISH

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Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by VivaLaFrans: 7:16am On Jul 24, 2017
I hope this time around the battery will be reliable...

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Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by Funjosh(m): 7:17am On Jul 24, 2017
Hello Moto cool

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Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by Angelb4: 7:17am On Jul 24, 2017
They used to compete with the likes of Samsung and co then. One of the best then sha...

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Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by handsomeclouds(m): 7:17am On Jul 24, 2017
Dead on arrival. cry

Would be an arduous task for the company to win brand loyalist talk less of reclaiming market share. tongue

The competition is stiffer than ever! kiss

Aggressive marketing won't be the best bet in this time of recession. wink

The only way is to introduce something novel in their product. cool

Still waiting for Sagem, Bird, Ericsson, NEC, Siemens lipsrsealed

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Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by GMBuhari: 7:17am On Jul 24, 2017
Welcome Motorolla


But can you compete with Tecno ?

#TecnoGang

UPDATE , some people are asking why i would compare Motorola with Tecno



You people do not think at all , Tecno might have started as a Chinko brand , but these days Tecno's quality is a few steps away from Nokia Torchlight (O jaboh ko foh) And since Motorola left the Nigerian scene , people are already in love with Tecno , more than 70% of Nigerians use Tecno mobiles , my point therefore is that will Motorola be able to convince Nigeria to purchase their products ?

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Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by Leonbonapart(m): 7:18am On Jul 24, 2017
Welcome back moto

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Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by Lexusgs430: 7:18am On Jul 24, 2017
Bring back Motorola RAZR........

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Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by NollywoodNews24(f): 7:18am On Jul 24, 2017
Except their phone is of standard and Very very very very Cheap in Nigeria

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Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by Cutezt(m): 7:18am On Jul 24, 2017
Wow, they will run back again if they I still leave the prices of their products out of the common man's reach.

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Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by chukwui(m): 7:18am On Jul 24, 2017
Their phones are usually not strong

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Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by paradigmshift(m): 7:19am On Jul 24, 2017
I love their phones. battery life n specs dope. bring it on..
Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by Iseoluwani: 7:19am On Jul 24, 2017
I love my gionee

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Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by LegendaryArnold(m): 7:19am On Jul 24, 2017
abeg what's the price... na koko be that

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Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by obojememe: 7:19am On Jul 24, 2017
i came to check their prices...buh
Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by Splashme: 7:20am On Jul 24, 2017
Hello Moto...
Hope your batteries are OK this time

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Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by HarmonyDee(f): 7:21am On Jul 24, 2017
price??
Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by missuniverse(f): 7:23am On Jul 24, 2017
hmmm, OP
Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by chimah3(m): 7:25am On Jul 24, 2017
People are moving forward these ones are going backwards
Re: Motorola Is Officially Back In Nigeria; Unveils New Range Of Smartphones by thoollz: 7:26am On Jul 24, 2017
if u r focusing on Nigerian market, think of giving cheap price, battery, camera, lil memory and u r good to go

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