Today is Leap Day, which means that all sorts of deals are available. But Motorola is offering a sale that goes longer than just one day. Until March 7, Motorola is offering the 16GB Moto G (3rd Gen) for just $199. This is $20 off the regular price, which already offers immense ... Read More »
We have some bad news for the owners of the Motorola DROID Ultra, Maxx, and Mini: The three devices will not be getting updates to Lollipop. If the end of support came today, that would be fine, but Lollipop is quite old and the devices never received it.
Wearables are a new category in the market, and there’s no doubt that the sector is growing. That being said, it doesn’t hurt to have a little extra help in growing the category. Motorola is offering that today, with a new promo that aims to put the company’s primary wearable on the wrists ... Read More »
Verizon Droid Turbo 2 users, your time has come, because Verizon has finally decided to start rolling out the upgrade to Android 6.0 Marshmallow for the Turbo 2. Better late than never, but still later than Motorola’s own update for the Moto X Pure Edition.
The first generation Moto 360 was released almost a year and a half ago, yet it’s still kicking. Plenty of people are using them, seeing no need for upgrading or just buying them at a low price after the launch of the second gen. They’re good devices, and they’re getting ... Read More »
Sales on Motorola products aren’t all that rare, but it’s always nice to see a great device going for a lower price than normal. The Moto X Pure Edition is currently discounted $75 for the 32GB version, ending up $25 less than the 16GB version retails for, if you’re willing to ... Read More »
The latest leak on the now Lenovo-ified Moto brand shows off some photos of what could be the next Moto devices, namely the Moto X and Moto G. They’re blurry and low quality, but we can see that there’s a significant departure from the stylings of previous Motorola phones. Google’s roadmap ... Read More »
The Moto G is a fantastic budget smartphone, so why not sell it in a country where budget smartphones are extremely popular? The device has been available in India for quite a while, but now Amazon has begun offering it there, too.
The Moto G runs INR 10,999, which is around ... Read More »