Motorola has a long way to go if it wants to cement its place in the hearts of smartphone users. Lately, Motorola which is owned by Lenovo is trying hard to bring in new smartphones to retain its position in the budget and mid-range segment, which has been occupied by Chinese competitors. 

With the likes of Xiaomi (which is the no. 1 brand in India in terms of shipments), Oppo, Vivo, Realme, etc, Motorola is just too far behind when it comes to innovation and the features that users expect from a smartphone. In a report from Counterpoint Research, we could see that Xiaomi is holding the top spot in terms of market share in India;

However, Motorola company is trying its best to make their presence felt as they have announced their entry in high-end 5G enabled smartphone segment joining the likes of Samsung. They made this announcement in the IFA 2019 held in Berlin this month. Moreover, Motorola One Zoom and E6 Plus were also launched in the same event.

According to a report, Motorola’s Global Marketing Strategy Head, Francoise LaFlamme, confirmed that the company will be coming up with premium 5G smartphones. However, the price tag that these 5G models will carry will complement the premium tag itself. All-in-all, this is a much-needed step for the company if they want to make it big in today’s competitive smartphone world.

Keeping up with their efforts to understand the users, the MFN program for the Motorola One Action has started. For those who do not know, the MFN stand for the Motorola Feedback Network and whenever a new update is launched, with the help of MFN, Motorola learns about the experience of the users about the update. 

And, recently the company made an announcement that they need people to participate in the MFN program for the Motorola One Action;

Hi everyone!

We need additional users who are willing to test new software. We need for these specific carriers: Retail US, Republic Wireless, Google Fi, Amazon Prime y Tracfone.

Talking about the Motorola One Action smartphone, it is powered by the Samsung Exynos 9609 processor which is paired with 4GB of RAM and has 128GB of internal storage. The device also features the industry’s first, ultrawide-action cam which is also the USP of the device. The One Action packs in 3500 mAh of battery with a 6.3-inch FHD+ display at the front. 

In the camera department, it houses a triple camera setup with 12MP+16MP+5MP at the rear and a 12MP selfie camera in the front. It also sports a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner as well. 

Users who are a part of the MFN program gets to provide valuable feedback via which the company tackles the issues and bugs in that update. If you wish to become a part of the MFN program for the Motorola One Action smartphone, then you can go to the official forums website of Lenovo and follow the steps to enroll yourself. 

Since the Motorola One Action smartphone is based on the Android One platform, it will eventually get the Android 10 update. But there is no official confirmation about it. However, if sources are to be believed, it is expected that the Android One based smartphones will get the Android 10 update first, among other Motorola smartphones. We will keep you in the loop if we have more information about it. 

Note – You can check out our Motorola Section to keep yourself updated regarding all the latest happenings around Motorola smartphones.

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Sagar Naresh
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A Six Sigma and Google Certified Digital Marketer who also holds an MBA degree in Finance and Marketing. A technology and automobile enthusiast who likes to play guitar, travel, and relax. Entrepreneur and Blogger.

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