Motorola Moto (or Moto) is a trademark owned by Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC. It is used and marketed on Android mobile devices manufactured by Motorola Mobility, currently a subsidiary of Lenovo. The Moto brand is also used and marketed for certain public-safety products from Motorola Solutions and by Motorola brand licensees on certain home products and mobile accessories.
After Google purchased Motorola Mobility in 2012, a simplified smartphone lineup debuted in 2013 with Moto X at the high-range, Moto G and Moto M in the mid-range and Moto E and Moto C in the low-range. In 2016, the Moto X line was discontinued and the Moto Z line took its place at the high-range. The Moto X line came back in 2017.
Moto C is the low-range.
Moto E is the low-range.
- Moto E (1st generation) (2014 version)
- Moto E (2nd generation) (2015 version)
- Moto E3 and E3 Power (3rd generation, 2016 versions)
- Moto E4 and E4 Plus (4th generation, 2017 versions)
- Moto E5, E5 Play and E5 Plus (5th generation, 2018 versions)
- Moto E6 (6th generation, 2019 version)
Moto G is the mid-range.
- Moto G (1st generation) (2013 version)
- Moto G (2nd generation) (2014 version)
- Moto G (3rd generation) (2015 version)
- Moto G4, G4 Play and G4 Plus (4th generation, 2016 versions)
- Moto G5 and G5 Plus (5th generation, March 2017 versions), Moto G5S and G5S Plus (5th generation refresh; August 2017 versions)
- Moto G6, G6 Play and G6 Plus (6th generation; April 2018 versions)
- Moto G7, G7 Play, G7 Power and G7 Plus (7th generation; March 2019 versions)
Moto M is the mid-range.
- Moto M, first released in China in 2016, also available in India.
Moto X is the high-range.
- Moto X (1st generation) (2013 version)
- Moto X (2nd generation) (2014 version)
- Moto X Style (2015 version), branded as Moto X Pure Edition in the U.S.
- Moto X Force (2015 version), branded as Droid Turbo 2 in the U.S.
- Moto X Play (2015 version), branded as Droid Maxx 2 in the U.S.
- Moto X4 (4th generation, 2017 version)
- Moto X Pro, Chinese version of Nexus 6.
Moto Z is the high-range.
- Moto Z (2016)
- Moto Z Play
- Moto Z Force
- Moto Z Droid (available in the U.S. only)
- Moto Z Play Droid (available in the U.S. only)
- Moto Z Force Droid (available in the U.S. only)
- Moto Z2 Play (2017)
- Moto Z2 Force Edition
- Moto Z3 Play (June 2018)
- Moto Z3
- Moto Z4
- Moto Maxx, international version of the U.S. Verizon-only Droid Turbo.
- Moto Turbo, Indian version of the U.S. Verizon-only Droid Turbo.
- Motorola One, the mid-range Android One phone in alliance with Google.
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