The Motorola DROID Turbo is already available in four different color options, but if none of those appeal to you, Verizon will start selling a few more limited edition models later this month.
If you’re rocking a Moto X (1st Gen.), your wait for Lollipop may soon finally be over.
Motorola’s cameras have never been great. Both the first and second generation Moto X cameras have been good but not fantastic, taking adequate photos but always leaving something to be desired. They just can’t compete with the likes of Samsung and HTC. But rumors of the third generation Moto X have us hopeful once again.
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Motorola has announced that it is now rolling out Android 5.1 Lollipop to the Moto X (2nd Gen.). Google recently introduced Android 5.1 as a minor update that took care of some bugs, added some stability and brought in a couple of new features such as HD Voice support. Motorola is ... Read More »
Good news, Moto X owners: It looks like Motorola is getting ready to begin pushing Android 5.1 updates to its flagship Android phones.
Motorola seems to be perennially running some kind of deal on the Moto X, and the current offering that runs through April 14th includes a free Moto Hint with your off-contract Moto X purchase. The Moto Hint retails for $149.99 normally, so this is a solid deal if you had been considering ... Read More »
The Moto G GPe is next in line to get its over the air update to Android 5.1, build LMY47M. The update is 171MB in size, and it’ll likely continue ... Read More »
Motorola is celebrating April Fools’ Day with two announcements, one of which is for a fake product and one that’s for a real sale.
The first gen Moto X launched with an innovative way to quickly open the camera: rotate the phone in your hand twice, no matter what state the phone is in, and the camera turns on. I loved this feature when I had a Moto X, and now Motorola is bringing another gesture to its second ... Read More »
Motorola is known for being pretty quick with its Android OS updates lately, and it looks like that’s going to continue with Android 5.1.