It what is becoming a total flood of Motorola news, the press images of the Droid Ultra have leaked online. Looking nearly identical to the Droid Maxx photos that recently
What you’re looking at here is alleged to be the first shot of the Droid Ultra, an unannounced Motorola smartphone headed for Verizon. Bearing the model number of XT1080 there’s
The first seemingly legitimate press image of the upcoming Droid Maxx smartphone has leaked, providing a glimpse as to what lies ahead for Verizon customers. The photo, accompanied here, shows
Yesterday, we saw the first ever ad of the Moto X, a flagship smartphone that will land in the market sooner or later. Recently, names of the upcoming Droid devices
In last few days, we heard a lot about the upcoming Motorola flagship device, the Moto X. Just few hours ago, we told you that the Moto X will offer
By now you’ve no doubt heard plenty of details about the upcoming Moto X smartphone project. Expected to launch in the coming weeks, the handset will provide users with the
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.
It looks as though Google is making some much needed changes to the Motorola logo, bringing their Holo colors to surround the Original “M” symbol and updating the font and
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.
A set of purported specifications for the Moto X smartphone surfaced online last night, giving us what we presume to be a credible set of hardware details. Obtained by –
At the All Things D conference yesterday, Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside finally gave up the ghost on the long-rumored “X” phone. The phone is set to be the new lead
A small paint job always seems to give some users the extra push they needed to pick up a specific device. A few weeks ago, notable leaker @evleaks did what
A Motorola XT1056 recently passed through the FCC showing support for Sprint’s LTE bands. Judging by the model number, we might assume this is one of the rumored XFON (X
A Motorola XT1058 has made its way through the FCC, carrying what appears to be support for AT&T’s network. Based on the image that accompanies the listing, the phone looks