Moto E

Moto E, Moto G can now enjoy multiboot goodness

Multiboot refers to an Android device’s capability housing multiple operating systems and being able to boot to whichever you choose or that one that fits your current fancy. This is a very cool capability – although not featured in most devices for practical and business reasons – and one of the tools you can use for this is MultiROM, made by XDA developer “Tassadar”. This cool capability has now been tested on Motorola’s budget device the Moto E, as well as the older version of the Moto G (not the one recently announced at IFA 2014).

Android 4.4.4 to rollout to Moto E, Moto G, Moto X in India

Motorola India has confirmed on its Twitter account that it will be rolling out the latest Kitkat update, Android 4.4.4, will be rolling out to its flagship phones, the Moto E, Moto G and Moto X. However, since it will come out in phases, the smartphone owners are told to patiently wait since it will not be available immediately to everyone.

Android 4.4.3 to arrive this month for Samsung Galaxy S5

It’s about time that Samsung’s premium devices get some Android 4.4.3 love, even as other smartphones have already incorporated the version in recent updates. Motorola’s Moto E, G, and X have all gotten updates, as well as Nexus and Google Play Experience devices. The update is coming to the Galaxy S5 this month, while Galaxy S4 users have to wait until July.

Motorola phones’ damaged screens can be replaced for free

For people who are constantly mobile and always traveling with their precious devices in tow, chances are, eventually some damage to their gadget would happen. So those who anticipate a broken keypad or a damaged screen sometimes choose their phones based on the post-purchase customer service or warranty. Without fanfare or public announcements, Motorola has apparently that kind of great service if you buy your mobile phones directly from them.

Motorola Moto E officially unveiled

Motorola has officially unveiled the Moto E. This particular model may be arriving as a follow up to the Moto X and Moto G, however Motorola seems intent on offering an even more affordable smartphone option. To that point, Motorola has said they "believe it’s time the feature phone era came to an end and that quality smartphones are made accessible and affordable for all."

Moto E subject of another image leak

Motorola has a press conference scheduled for May 13th and we are expecting to see the Moto E unveiled. But it seems the leaks are going to run right up through the time of the announcement. Last week brought an in-the-wild style image of the handset, and more recently we are seeing some press renders courtesy of Brazilian retailer Fastshop.
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