Gerry Smith on stage talking about data and infrastructure. Lenovo is really pushing its data center business to take on AWS, Microsoft, Google, SAP and others.
Smith brings on Predeep Sindhu, the CEO of Juniper Networks, one of Lenovo's cloud partners.
Stick with us, folks. The good stuff is coming, promise!
The single biggest issue facing consumers today is that latency is too high, says Sindhu. We need to reduce the time it takes for data to arrive on our devices.
OK, that's it for the infrastructure portion. Yuanquing is back on stage to transition to smartphones.
There are 200 manufacturers who create Android phones that look the same and work the same.
Lenovo is rethinking smartphones completely differently.
The new smartphone is not just a device, but a hub that connects to different accessories.
Here it is! The Moto Z and Moto Z Force.
5.2mm thin, world's thinnest premiere smartphone.
Moto Z Force has ShatterShield technology that will not crack or break, guaranteed!
Among the most powerful flagship smartphones. But the phone is only half of the story.
There are 16 magical dots! MAGICAL DOTS.
Ashton Kutcher is on stage talking about how these phones change the industry
We realize that we are limited by the hardware inside the phones.
We needed to find a way to make the smartphone thinner and lighter, and use external accessories to make them better.
MotoMods - they work in a snap
There is no tradeoff in design. Real, meaningful changes to consumers.
Seang Chau, SVP of Software Engineering at Motorola is on stage now
5.5inch QHD display, Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, 2,600mAh battery, Turbo Charging
Camera has optical image stabilization with laser focus assist
Moto Z Force has the world's fastest charging on any smartphone, ever