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The glamorous glass phones have a second screen and AI inside.
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The guy responsible for Android, Google's blockbuster mobile phone software, is reportedly coming back with a new consumer hardware company and a new high-end smartphone.
Lenovo's invites for the annual trade show event in Barcelona hints at a new Moto phone.
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