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It has been some time since Motorola announced a flagship series of phone, but all that looks to change with a "Flagship Launch E-vent" slated for April 22.
Motorola's Moto G Power and Moto G Stylus are now available for pre-order. Announced in early February, the two phones are expected to ship on April 16.
Motorola has dropped the prices for its Moto G7 Play and Moto E6 for a long holiday-themed weekend. Here's what you'll find at various carriers.
The first images of Motorola’s stylus-toting Moto phone have appeared online, arriving only days after their first unofficial introduction.
Motorola looks to have another pair of phones in its G8 family headed our way. Here's what we might have in store for the Moto G8 and Moto G8 Power.
A new leaked images gives us our first glimpse at a Motorola phone that employs a stylus as part of its experience. Will it debut at Mobile World Congress?
Motorola's running some incredible offers on a whole range of phones, including hundreds of dollars off or even free handsets. Here's what's available now!
Nokia is steadily working on a comeback with its Android One smartphones. Its latest, the Nokia 7.2, is another solid entry for the mid-range market.
The Motorola Razr is set to make its comeback in a few weeks. Here's what it should look like and a taste of what hardware should power it.
Motorola has slashed the prices for a number of its phones as part of a "Spooktacular Sales" promotion. It's also giving some phones away, too.
Need an unlocked phone? Motorola has slashed the prices of its phones until September 8. Save anywhere from $20 to $250 on different models.
We all knew changes were bound to happen when Lenovo purchased Motorola, but in the five years since it's becoming a brand I no longer recognize anymore.
The Motorola One Action offers up the industry's first ultra-wide action camera in a phone and lets you shoot horizontal videos while holding it vertically.
Since the beginning, Motorola has made quality phones it lacks a true flagship device. It's time Lenovo gives us a true hero smartphone.
Motorola customer service just got a little better. The company has partnered with CPR: Cell Phone Repair to offer in-store repairs of its devices.