To compete with Nokia: Motorola will return to the push-button phone market with the Moto A10, Moto A50 and Moto A70

It looks like Motorola, now owned by Lenovo, is planning a return to the push-button phone market.

What is known

This was reported by the Indian portal ytechb. He also shared images and details of the first new products.


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Moto A10

So, Motorola is going to release three devices:Moto A10, Moto A50 and Moto A70. The first two models will receive 1.8-inch screens and MediaTek MT6261D processors. The novelties are credited with two SIM, a slot for a memory card, the ability to adjust the font, an automatic call recording function and a wireless FM radio. The Moto A50 will differ from the Moto A10 in the presence of a camera and a flashlight.


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Moto A50

As for the Moto A70, the device will havea 2.4-inch screen and a Unisoc chipset. The phone will also be equipped with a VGA camera with flash. The device can store up to 100 SMS and up to 2000 contacts. All three handsets will come with 1750mAh batteries. New items will live on a single charge for several days.


Moto A70

Price and when to wait

Moto A10, Moto A50 and Moto A70 should be presented in India soon. New items will cost around $ 20-30. They will compete with Nokia phones (the market leader in this segment).

Source: ytechb

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