Moto G

Moto G GPe conversion made possible with MotoTool AIO

Motorola already offers a fairly clean Android experience on the Moto G. Not to mention, they have also proven quick on the updates. But while those points both add up for a solid experience for Moto G users, it seems there is a group that would have preferred the Google Play edition. The GPe Moto G arrived in mid-January and is available from the Google Play Store. That may be good news for those who have yet to make a purchase, however it doesn't necessarily help those who had previously made a Moto G purchase.

Verizon Moto G Android 4.4.2 rollout begins

Verizon released the Moto G back on January 9th. And while the handset arrived as a solid pre-paid option for Big Red customers, there was a slight bit of disappointment from some as it shipped with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. Verizon did say the Kit Kat update would come in the "near future" however a specific timeline remained a mystery. But in a bit of good news, user reports are beginning to detail the Android 4.4.2 rollout.

Moto G water-resistance put to the test

There are plenty of options for waterproof smartphones these days. Sony has quite a few handsets available, including the recently released (with T-Mobile) Xperia Z1S. There are also others such as the Galaxy S 4 Active. But while some devices are touted as being comfortable in water, there are others that seem to be just as comfortable -- despite not being sold as waterproof or water-resistant.

Motorola sale not expected to influence next-gen Moto X

Lenovo acquired Motorola earlier in the week and since that point, there has been plenty of talk in terms of what that means for Google and also what it means for Motorola and Lenovo. On the other hand, some of those who had been rooting for a full Motorola comeback seem to have shifted and are now worrying a bit. Specifically, it seems many are worried about what this means for the upcoming Motorola devices.
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