Lenovo launches new Moto Z smartphone in Kenyan market

Motorolla has been going through a transition from being bought by Google and later being sold to Lenovo. Lenovo, through its Motorola Mobility subsidiary, has launched the Moto Z smartphone along with the new innovation Moto Mods in Kenya. The Moto Mods allows users a wide range of functionalities on their Moto Z smartphone.

Moto Z is an aluminium phone that has stainless steel frame outline cramped into one of the thinnest bodies on a phone so far, 5.19mm to be precise. Despite the super slim dimensions, Moto Z comes with cutting edge features which includes a 5.5 inch Quad HD AMOLED screen which shares the same resolution and display technology as the Samsung Galaxy S7.

Powering the beautiful screen is the Snapdragon 820 coupled with 4GB RAM and a choice of between 32GB and 64GB internal storage. In case you need more space, a micro SD card slot that can hold up to 2TB of space is at your disposal.

It also comes with a water-resistant coating, which shields the phone from rain, splashes or spills. Lenovo Kenya Manager Danish Oyugi said the launch was the highlight of Lenovo’s reintroduction of the Motorola brand in Kenya.

“This is just the beginning of showcasing what Lenovo will bring to the East African market. We plan on rolling out more smartphones from the Moto family, enabling Kenyans to get a different smartphone experience,” he said.



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