Moto G

Moto G LTE now available with AT&T

Even though Motorola has released a brand new 2014 version of the Moto G, carrier AT&T has decided to announce that they are carrying the previous (but apparently still great) version of the flagship phone. The Moto G LTE version is now available for both no contract and contract subscribers. It is Motorola's best-selling budget phone after all, so it's not really that much of a surprise (well, except that we expected the newer version right?)

Moto G has hidden camera settings

A lot of updates have been released for the latest generation of the Moto G but not many people are still happy with the smartphone’s camera. That’s not a big problem as many camera apps are available on the Play Store to make capturing photos not only fun but will also guarantee perfect snapshots.

FM Radio app for Moto E and Moto G updated, now with Bluetooth support

Motorola Mobility has been updating a number of apps lately for some of its Moto handsets. The latest recipients of an app update are the Moto E and all generations of Moto G with the newly enhanced Motorola FM Radio. The app offers free FM radio streaming right on your Android smartphone. You can scan for stations, make a favorites list, and see live information about the song currently playing.

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).

The new Moto G: bigger, faster, still pure Android

Motorola has come out with the successor to its budget flagship, simply called the new Moto G. While it isn't surprising that it doesn't have all the bells, whistles, and mouth-watering features of the new Moto X, this new and improved Moto G can still stand proud, doing what it does best: offering a solid pure Android experience with a price tag that won't make your wallet, and your heart, bleed.

Did Motorola leak video of Moto G 2014 (in Brazil)?

Leaks are usually not as well-made like this, so we’d like to think that a video making the rounds showing off the Moto G 2014 (still not the official name) was actually from Motorola. With just a day left until they actually announce their new smartphone, chances are they just want to hype up the excitement, even though you actually have to speak Portugese to understand it, since it is made for a Brazilian audience.

Moto G 4G CyanogenMod 11 nightly builds now available

If you are looking for a budget smartphone, the Moto G 4G is one of the devices you may want to put on your shortlist of options. If you like the hardware but prefer to use something other than the standard operating system, the other good thing about the Moto G is that it is typically unlocked and easy to mod.
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