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In US Motorola Registers Moto Z Trademark

May 25, 2016

In US Motorola Registers Moto Z Trademark: With the US Patent and Trademark Office in a new development, Motorola has registered the Moto Z trademark. The Lenovo-owned company was already expected to ditch Moto X brand and replace it with the Moto Z.In US Motorola Registers Moto Z Trademark

In US Motorola Registers Moto Z Trademark

The Moto Z trademark has been approved by the USPTO through Droid Life and pretty much cementing the demise of the Moto X. The name was trademarked to use on, smartphones, accessories and mobile phones therefore namely adapters and battery chargers. Under the new Z series, the company was already reported to be looking to launch the two smartphones namely as Moto Z Play and Moto Z.

Last week Motorola certainly managed to grab the headlines when it released a teaser video for its launch on June 9 at Lenovo Tech World, a video showed a nostalgic look at one of the company’s most popular phones ever i.e. the Moto Razr. In a new avatar, this caused a riot of the speculation that Motorola would bring back its iconic flip phone. However, ahead of its official reveal in June, the company may just be generating in its brand, by making a play on the letter Z or by even pointing to the razor-slim nature of the one of the two rumoured phones and the Moto Z that is supposedly codenamed Vertex Thin.
The Vector Thin or Moto Z is said to feature a display of 5.5-inch QHD, a Snapdragon 820 processor, RAM of 3 or 4 GB, rear camera of 16-megapixel, inbuilt storage of 32 GB and battery of 2600mAh. On the other side the Vertex or Moto Z Play is expected to sport a 5.5-inch full-HD display, RAM of 2GB, a Snapdragon 625 SoC, rear camera if 13-megapixel and storage variants of 16GB and 32GB and it packs a 3500mAh battery. Both the phones will have 16-pin connectors at the back to attach modular backplates and these backplates will bring various utilities like- stereo speakers, battery pack, optical zoom, wide angle lens and even a Pico projector.