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Lenovo, which purchased Motorola from Google in 2014 for just north of $3 billion, will be phasing the brand out. Future high end smartphones will carry a “Moto by Lenovo” mark, while more mid-range offerings will be branded under Lenovo’s Vibe label, according to CNET. It’s not immediately clear what “high end” means, though; some consider the Moto X closer to mid-range than flagship. Other Moto devices, like the Moto G, are more easily identifiable as budget devices (and likely destined for the Vibe branding). The only clarification we currently have is that Vibe devices will retail for $100 or…

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