As it turns out, Lenovo’s Motorola Mobility replaced its CEO Rick Osterloh with Aymar de Lencquesaing recently. Following this, the company has released a slew of hilarious commercials flaunting the capabilities of the Moto X Pure.
Motorola’s promotional campaign named MotoDojo shows four videos starring an interesting man trying out Karate. The video shows his interactions with Moto X Pure smartphone. The ad shows the capabilities of Motorola-specific Moto Voice, Moto Display and Moto Actions.
The impressive gesture control feature of the Moto X has been given more time in the ad. Using Moto Actions, any Moto X device user can switch on the built-in camera and LED flash with gestures.
So far, Motorola has not launched any devices earmarked for 2016. However, the successors of Moto X, Moto G and Moto E are apparently under development. Towards the beginning of April, rumors and leaks pertaining to the next-generation Moto X 2016, also referred as Moto X3, started making rounds online.
Phone Arena reported that the Moto X3 showed up in the prominent Indian import/export tracker DB called Zauba. The DB had the following entry “Motorola Moto X3,” complete with few configurations.
Going by the Zauba listing, the Moto X 2016 will apparently feature a 5.0-inch display. This is apparently a single SIM GSM handset. Apart from these two configurations there is not much information available on this handset.
On a related note, very recently, 2 new Moto smartphones with model numbers XT1700 and XT1706 cropped up. These models are believed to be related to Moto E series. Spec-wise, the devices will apparently come with a 5-inch 720p display, MediaTek processor, 2 GB of RAM and Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS.
Here are the new commercials: (Credit: YouTube/Motorola)