Moto X

Unknown Motorola phablet leaked, running Android L

There have been rumors that Motorola is working on putting out a phablet, but those have not been substantiated – until now. A couple of new videos have been making its rounds in tech circles showing a device that is apparently larger than a Nexus 5 and seems to be running – at least from visual checks – some sort of version of Android L.

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.

Moto Maker now available in Germany

As promised before, Motorola somewhat quietly launched the Moto Maker site in Germany. This is the first time that the Moto X customization service has been made available outside of the US, potentially sending mixed signals about the future of the current flagship as well as the upcoming smartphone currently dubbed the Moto X+1.

Moto X burned and lives to tell the tale

We've different experiments and antics that try to test the resilience of mobile devices, but sometimes the true tests lie not in controlled settings but in real-world accidents. And as a certain Digital Dragon from Google+ discovered, the Moto X seems pretty capable of performing with grace under fire. Literally.

Sticker art tattoo unlocks your Moto X

If you’ve ever thought of getting some permanent ink on your body but you’ve always been afraid of the needle or how it would look like, you can try out this new “tattoo” created by VivaInk that will do more than just decorate your hand or arm. It is actually an NFC enabled sticker that will bypass your security features and unlock your Moto X.

Moto 360 to be released with X+1 and through Moto Maker

The Moto 360, the first round-faced smartwatch soon to be in the market, will reportedly be launched together with the X+1 sometime “later this summer” and will also be released through Moto Maker, the create-your-own-design store of Motorola. However, what isn’t clear yet is what aspect of the smartwatch is customizable, since a small device like that will have limited options.

Moto X+1 image leaks with specs and possible release date

The TK Tech News Blog is claiming dibs over what may be the first few images of an actual Moto X+1 smartphone, the rumored successor to Motorola’s highly acclaimed Moto X. But if you think about it, the Moto X+1 hasn’t really been one of the internet’s best kept secrets, has it? Motorola’s not-so-subtle “gaffes” in the past few months have all but confirmed the new gadget’s existence. Now we get a few more details, assuming this is all on the level.

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.
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