Lenovo is officially discontinuing its Vibe branded smartphones in India and is switching over to the Motorola brand in its place. The image bears the caption "Motorola is back" and features a woman holding a mysterious Moto handset. The mysterious smartphone bears a striking resemblance to the leaked images and renders of the Moto Z2, which led Motorola fans to conclude that the company would be unveiling the premium device at the June 27 event. But at least according to the leaked poster for the event, it looks like we'll see more additions to the company's Z2 lineup for 2017. Another phone about to be unveiled by Moto this month is the Moto X4, reportedly scheduled for a June 30 announcement.
As yet there are no details on what cameras the new handset will come with and also no information on what storage options will be available. These claim that the smartphone will sport a 5.5-inch QHD display and the latest Snapdragon 835 chipset. The Lenovo sub-brand is preparing to launch another Moto phone on June 27. It has a similar design to last year's Z so compatibility with Moto Mods doesn't get the ax, while dual rear cameras are obviously present which is a feature highly favored to reach Moto's 2017 flagships.
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The Moto M2 smartphone is shown to be running on Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS.
In the single-core test, the Motorola-branded smartphone scored 1879 while in the multi-core test it scored 6503.