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Motorola Moto G Turbo Edition first impressions,Motorola just announced an upgraded version of its Moto G smartphone called the Moto G Turbo Edition. The smartphone is a mid-range device and is priced at Rs 14,499 and goes on sale on Flipkart starting from 10 December.
The Moto G Turbo Edition is supposed to be a budget smartphone, however, its hardware specifications place it a notch over the currently available Moto G (2015) smartphone and eerily close to its elder sibling Moto X Play that is priced at Rs 19,999. Still then, the smartphone will find plenty of takers and these will be upgraders who want to step up from the budget Moto G with a few new features.
So without delay, here are our first impressions of the Motorola Moto G Turbo Edition:
As with every other Motorola smartphone that has launched this year, the design is again pretty similar to its predecessors. But the Moto G Turbo Edition does feel a bit special and you will notice this once you pick up the phone. It certainly does not feel cheap and nothing like the Moto G models of the past.
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Japan spreads its technological knowhow in Asia
Taiwanese computer and smartphone maker ASUS recently launched a new 5.5-inch ZenFone Zoom Smartphone at an event held at National Taiwan University in Taipei.ZenFone Zoom is the world's thinnest 3x optical-zoom smartphone with an innovative HOYA optical zoom lens module.ASUS has boasted that it can rival SLR digital camera, and also outshine iPhone 6s.
ZenFone Zoom is the world's thinnest, and the first one to have an optical zoom lens module in the smart phone. The camera module has OIS and the laser focus. This will let the user, even in the very low light mode, sill be able to take a good pictures. Now the user can have a smartphone and they also have the very professional camera in their hand," said Ivan Chen, Associate Director, ASUSTek computer Inc.
Japanese optical lens manufacturer HOYA invented the Industry's Thinnest Lens Unit "CUBE" module, with 3x optical zoom and optical image stabilization, which is realized in 6mm of thickness.
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