Curved edges, 5G, and locked to Verizon in the US, apparently.
Curved edges, 5G, and locked to Verizon in the US, apparently. (Hey, that rhymes!)
Looking at those curves, somebody tell moto it's not 2015 anymore. But at least you can turn it off, I guess.
And it runs pure Android as well
The other specs
So, Moto is now competing with Apple and Samsung's $1000+ flagship phones, should HMD do the same and make an ultra-premium flagship? (Nokia 10, anyone?) How could they compete in the software front? (They wouldn't be able claim 'pure Android' as unique to their hypothetical phone anymore) Or should HMD just stay in the lower-end market?
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