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Offline Babyfacemagee

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Motorola Undergoes Google Inspired Rebranding
« on: June 27, 2013, 04:02:30 PM »

In what many are thinking is a pre-Moto X rebranding of the company, Motorola unveiled a new logo that you can see above and that not coincidentally shows a 'M' surrounded by a colored ring that reminds us of the M in a ring we've seen on the last several Moto X phone leaks.  Some other versions of the new logo can be seen below in various colors.  All of the version feature a lower case 'motorola' when spelled out and a stylized 'M' for a stand alone.  The lower case contrasts with the historically capitalized 'MOTOROLA' that we've seen for decades on Motorola products and creates a softer, more contemporary look.

The new logo clearly identifies Motorola as 'a Google Company' and we're wondering if there won't be some uniquely tight integration of Google services with Motorola phones going forward, seeing as how pronounced the tie between the two companies is being promoted in the new logo.  Perhaps the rumored 'contextually aware sensor actions' that we've been hearing will be part of the Moto X will take Google Now, mapping and other Google services to new levels?  Regardless, the new logo stands for a fresh start from the company and we're excited to see what comes of it.  What do you think of the new Motorola logo?  Let us know in the comments...



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Re: Motorola Undergoes Google Inspired Rebranding
« Reply #1 on: June 30, 2013, 07:34:19 PM »
I think this is a great rebanding of Motorola.
It's about time Google started flexing it muscles.
All of the insiders know how great Google is at tight integration of service. It's about time everyone else is made aware.
I think it's time to spend some of their money on a massive global add campaign.
Seeing that it can't be repatriated without a loss.