Worried that Motorola might consider hedging their bets? Don’t be. The company is in love with Android and doesn’t need to look beyond the platform.
Could Motorola drop a WiFi-only version of the XOOM before Samsung delivers a WiFi-only Galaxy Tab? Recent FCC documents indicate that this might happen.
Whether or not you think that the new Honeycomb powered Motorola XOOM is overpriced or not, there are a lot of people excited about the unit.
Does one Best Buy’s Facebook update speak for the entire chain of stores? Will we see the XOOM in three short weeks?
And here we go yet again. T-Mo news is reporting today that all you proud owners of a Cliq XT are getting the shaft when it comes to being upgraded to 2.1. Here is the official quote as to why from the Motorola Forums:
Our Spanish-speaking friends at Groupo Android have brought us some new images on the Motorola i1Q that is allegedly heading to Nextel.
The post, (as translated from Spanish) says:
Motorola has released their first teaser ad for the XOOM tablet ahead of the Super Bowl. With more than one reference to Apple, Motorola is obviously feeling pretty good about their chances in the tablet space.
AT&T’s first legitimate Android contender, the Motorola Atrix 4G, is set to launch in the near future. As to when specifically, we don’t know yet. What we do know, however,
The DROID X2, also known as the Daytona, is rumored to have the NVIDIA Tegra 2 Dual-Core processor built-in.
Here we are, the tablet wars are about to erupt with the release of the Motorola XOOM on February 17th. How does the flagship Android 3.0 honeycomb device stand up
Select Motorola reps are apparently already carrying around the Android 3.0 tablet as they visit Verizon stores. Our guy happened to be in the right place at the right time, snapping a pair of pics.
Motoblur: you either love or you hate it. But it seems like more hate it, so let’s just say many will be rejoicing that there will be no Motoblur on the
Prices for two of the most anticipated Android devices have been leaked: Motorola XOOM tablet $699.00 (with no contract) HTC Thunderbolt $249.00 (with a contract) These are not official prices
So it appears all but official that the Motorola Atrix 4G, which has been rumored to be launching March 1 on AT&T, has been officially approved by the FCC. Though the FCC documentation doesn’t mention the name “Atrix,” it’s pretty clear that is the device in question. First, it lists the model number as MB860, which Motorola has identified as the Atrix. Add to that the rare (in a phone) 5GHz 802.11n wifi and AT&T’s 3G and HSPA+ bands and it seems pretty well confirmed.
For those of you who were concerned, T-Mobile’s official follow-up to the Cliq is available today. Customers can grab one for $99 a pop, after a $100 mail-in rebate and two-year service agreement. Although it does have Motorola’s signature fingerprint on it with MOTOBLUR, we still found the device a more than worthy successor to the Cliq name, besting it all around.