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We all know how it feels to want the new wallpapers that come out with devices. However, until the devices reach SOMEONE’S hands, it’s next to impossible. Well today we
There was widespread dismay when Motorola announced that the cheaper Moto X Play wouldn’t be making its way to the US, and that meant missing out on that bigger 3650mAh
Motorola recently announced a trio of devices to update its lineup of devices: the Moto G (2015), the Moto X Pure (Style), and the Moto X Play. The Moto G
After the announcement last month of Motorola’s newest devices, there were questions surrounding the actual release date of the Moto X Pure Edition. All that we were told was that
We’ve been bombarded with back-to-back flagship announcements in the past 24 hours. But now that the dust has settled, we can start asking ourselves, which OEM is offering a better
A quick trip to motorola.com/us/home leads you to some new banners and such, advertising the new Moto G (seeing as it’s the only phone of the aforementioned three available now).
Motorola on Tuesday announced three new models of smartphone, each designed with a different demographic in mind. One is a successor to an existing line while the other two are
We’re fast approaching the time of year when Motorola announces its Moto X and/or Moto G smartphones. With an event scheduled for July 28, it’s possible we get to see
There is yet more supposed leaks of the upcoming Moto X 2015 and Moto G 2015. This time, they were spotted in Brazil and Mexico, where photos of each device
Chilean tech blog, Pisapapeles, recently obtained information from a reliable source within Chilean telecom, Entel, that leaks a new variant of the Moto X and the next generation Moto G.
The wait is over for owners of the AT&T Moto X 2nd gen. as the network giant is now rolling out Android 5.1 to devices over the air. Users should
Today, Motorola has announced Android 5.1 for the Moto X and the Moto X (2014), which is rolling out over the air in the upcoming days. As a recap, Android
David Schuster, Senior Director of SW Product Management at Motorola Mobility announced today that Android 5.1 Lollipop has begun rolling out to the Moto X.