Moto X

Moto X 2nd Gen to receive Android 5.1 update soon

Owners of the Motorola flagship Moto X 2nd Gen will probably be among the first non-Nexus devices to receive the first Lollipop update, Android 5.1. The OEM announced, "We are excited to announce a new software update for XT1095 by Motorola." They then enumerated the changes that owners can expect, which includes camera enhancements, Android Run Time (ART) improvements, and a feature that Google initially said would only be available for Nexus devices.

Motorola gives you free Moto E if you buy Moto X Pure Edition

If you're looking to give a lower-end smartphone to a child or a back-up phone for yourself (we won't ask why, don't worry) and get yourself a spanking new device, you might want to pay attention to a new promotion from Motorola. If you buy an off-contract Moto X Pure Edition, you'll get a free 2nd gen edition of the Moto E (the 3G version). That's a pretty good deal if you actually need a new smartphone and the Moto X looks pretty good to you.

Motorola begins testing Lollipop on original Moto X

It’s understandable that owners of the original Moto X – that is, the one of 2013 fame and not the 2014 flagship – feel a little bit abandoned since there is very little news coming from Motorola if Android Lollipop is ever coming to the older Moto X. Of course, Lollipop has already made it to the 2014 version, but it seems like a bit of good news is at hand – a Lollipop soak test is apparently ongoing for the original Moto X.

New phones get CM12 nightlies: the 2014 Moto X, Moto E, Oppo N3

Even as the corporate side of Cyanogen pushes to be profit-making and be picked up by some OEMs as the Android OS of choice for their devices, the ROM-making “CM Team” continues to put out CM12 – their Android Lollipop-flavored AOSP-based version of the CyanogenMod after-market Android software – for more and more devices out there. Today, we announce 3 more to get nightly builds – the new Moto X (2014), the Moto E, and the Oppo N3.

Lollipops rain on some HTC One M7, LG G3, Moto G, Moto X

There's a saying that goes "when it rains, it pours", but this is one rain that mobile users are unlikely to complain about. After some delays and silence on the rollout of Android 5.0, we're now seeing a flood of incoming updates to some smartphones. Sadly, not all models and not all regions are covered by this joyful news. Hopefully, though, it's just the opening salvo that opens the floodgates of Android 5.0 updates everywhere.

Motorola out to stake claim in China’s mobile market with Moto X

China continues to be a market that all OEMs aim to conquer, being the most populous nation in the world and a rising middle class that is eager to spend on gadgets and mobile devices. Motorola, which was purchased by Chinese OEM Lenovo from Google, announced that their flagship Moto X will be available for pre-order in China starting last week, and already there are one million people who signed up to get their hands on the smartphone.

Google’s Project Ara hands-on: modular plug-and-play smartphone action

The modular smartphone you're about to take a peek at goes by the name Project Ara. It's a modular smartphone concept, coming from Google ATAP and actually - eventually - coming to the market with its own hardware store. Where you may have purchased your own custom Moto X in the past, you get one shot - the device stays as it is. With Project Ara, you've got the option of updating the smartphone's hardware - new pieces can be added whenever you like.

Motorola returns to China with new Moto handsets

Lenovo's acquisition of Motorola Mobility from Google is finally complete. This means Lenovo can now do almost anything with the company including announce and release the latest Moto smartphones in any market. The parent company is bringing Motorola back in China especially since it is an emerging market when it comes to mobile device usage. Three new Moto devices will be arriving in China very soon: the Moto X, Moto X Pro, and the Moto G 4G LTE.

Moto X Pure Edition now with 64gb option through Moto Maker

Internal storage is always an issue for heavy mobile users and so any new device with a lot of gigabytes that comes out in the market is a cause for celebration. The Moto X Pure Edition may not be that new but its 2014 edition now has an option to have a 64gb internal storage when created through their Moto Maker. If you're a Motorola fan or in the market for a new smartphone, then that is a very viable option.
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