New Motorola commercials show off Moto Actions and other features in a funny way

New Motorola commercials show off Moto Actions and other features in a funny way
This month, Motorola Mobility (a Lenovo subsidiary since 2014) changed its CEO, replacing Rick Osterloh with Aymar de Lencquesaing, who previously headed Lenovo North America.

One of the first things that Motorola Mobility did under the new CEO is to release no less than four new video commercials, all part of a mini-campaign dubbed MotoDojo. All four videos show a clumsy karateka-wannabe who uses a Moto X Pure smartphone to help him in various situations. The clips - which you can watch below - present features like Moto Voice, Moto Display, and Moto Actions (which allows you to turn on the camera and the LED flash of the latest Moto X using gestures). We find the commercials somewhat funny, though, of course, you're free to disagree.

Motorola didn't announce any new smartphones this year, but the company confirmed that the Moto X, Moto G, and Moto E families aren't going anywhere - so we should soon see new handsets from all three series, possibly including a 5-inch Moto X3.

Are you looking forward to seeing what Motorola has in store for us in 2016?

source: Motorola Mobility (YouTube)



1. manzer

Posts: 58; Member since: Apr 05, 2014

I've been with Motorola for my last 4 phones. This next one will tell me if I stay or if I go. Happy with my Droid Turbo 2. Great Battery and Moto actions are pretty cool.

2. NoAllegiance unregistered

Question: Is Moto also going Metal? If so, what happens to Moto Maker?

3. ibend

Posts: 6747; Member since: Sep 30, 2014

nice way to introduce their feature.. but the opening part is to long and repetitive :-/

4. MrElectrifyer

Posts: 3960; Member since: Oct 21, 2014

Catchy, but only the first was hilarious...

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