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What do you get when you cross a Droid Razr M and a prepaid 4G LTE plan? The Motorola Luge that’s what. Featuring a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED display, 8-Megapixel camera,
Owners of the Moto X will be pleased to learn that their smartphone will pick up the update to Android L when it’s ultimately released. When asked on Google+ whether
Motorola has provided a bit of insight into the Android 4.4.4 KitKat software update and how it pertains to its line of smartphones. This latest update includes all of the
Video of an alleged Motorola device running Android “L” leaked, courtesy of TK Tech News. They say the video was sent to them and that they’ll meet their source soon.
The Android 4.4.4 KitKat update has commenced deployment for the Indian variants of the Motorola Moto E, Moto G & Moto X. Confirmed via its Twitter account, Motorola India says the
Motorola this week commenced the Android 4.4.3 KitKat update for a number of its smartphones. This week we begin rolling out to: Moto X T-Mobile users Moto G users who
Motorola XPlay Motorola are rumored to be launching their 6.3-inch phablet called the XPlay around Q3 2014. Reports indicate that Motorola have decided to drop the XPlay name, and may just be
The Internet is buzzing about Lenovo’s acquisition of Motorola Mobility and you may be wondering what is going to happen to Motorola’s Project Ara. We have great news for you…. the
Motorola’s CEO, Dennis Woodside, in helping to announce the new Moto G smartphone, started off the event with a quick recap of the Moto X. According to Woodside, the Moto
Android 4.4 just made its debut with the Nexus 5 – and right now it is the best Android can get. We just heard that Google will update the Nexus
Motorola could be ready to introduce a 6.3-inch Xplay device in 2014, or so says a “reliable” Weibo source. There’s little known about this honker other than it should debut
Motorola recently updated their image and video sharing app, DROID Zap, to allow for expanded device support. No longer relegated to this year’s Droid models (Maxx, Mini, Ultra), it now
Motorola introduced a trade up program last year just for Moto phones, so you could trade an old selected device with a new selected smartphone, and also get a $100 back.
Well this is a little odd… A page dedicated to a Motorola Droid Ultra has been spotted on Motorola’s website; however, it appears as only a temporary placeholder for now.
Just a little while ago, we saw a leaked shot of an Android smartphone by Motorola, which is probably the Motorola X Phone, but still it is not 100% confirmed.