Motorola Moto

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Motorola Moto is a trademark owned by Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC. It is used and marketed on Android mobile devices manufactured by Motorola Mobility, 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-end, Moto G and Moto M in the mid-range, and Moto C and Moto E in the entry-level. In 2016, the Moto X line was discontinued and the Moto Z line took its place at the high-end. The Moto X line came back in 2017.

Moto C[edit]

Moto C is the entry-level.

Moto E[edit]

Moto E is the entry-level.

Moto G[edit]

Moto G (1st generation)

Moto G is the mid-range.

Moto M[edit]

Moto M

Moto M is the mid-range.

  • Moto M (2016)

Motorola One[edit]

Motorola One is the mid-range.

  • Motorola One (2018)
  • Motorola One Power (September 2018)
  • Motorola One Vision (May 2019)
  • Motorola One Action (August 2019)
  • Motorola One Zoom (September 2019)
  • Motorola One Macro (October 24, 2019)

Moto X[edit]

Moto X (1st generation)

Moto X is the high-end.

Moto Z[edit]

Moto Z Hasselblad True Zoom (32437768220).

Moto Z is the high-end.


Moto 360 watch running Android Wear

Moto 360[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "The 1.5Ghz, Android 2.2 Packing HTC Scorpion Headed to Verizon?". 3 June 2010.
  2. ^ "Moto G6 Plus review".
  3. ^ "Moto G6, G6 Plus, and G6 Play hands-on review".
  4. ^ Swider 2019-02-07T13:00:00ZPhones, Matt. "Hands on: Moto G7 review". TechRadar. Retrieved 2019-02-07.
  5. ^ "Moto X4 is finally here: a mid-range handset with one killer audio feature". 31 August 2017.