After the Moto by Lenovo announcement, Motorola has been on a spree denying rumors and rehashing information on the future of the company. Earlier today, the company said the Moto G and Moto E will still be available in 2016.
Motorola wants to address the responses to a statement made by company COO Rick Osterloh, who said that parent company Lenovo is phasing out the brand. Motorola will continue to make products under two new sub-brands: Moto and Vibe.
A little over two years since it purchased the iconic company from Google, Lenovo's phasing out the Motorola brand this coming year. It's part of an effort to unify the two firm's products under a single roof.
We love the new Motorola Moto X and Moto G phones, so we're excited to see what the company will come up with for 2016. Rumors of the next generation Moto X phone have already started to spread, and here's everything we think we know about…
Motorola says the Droid Turbo 2 has a shatterproof screen, but can it survive a 900-foot drop test? YouTubers strapped the phone to a drone, flew it 900 feet up into the air, and dropped the phone onto the concrete below.