MOTOBLUR 3.0 has now sprouted an unofficial release for the Motorola DROID 2, after showing up on the DROID 2 Global and DROID Pro. The handiwork of MyDroidWorld, the Motorola Build Blur (3.0.0) System 2.2 has been deodexed,
One of the must-have devices of the upcoming new year, is the Motorola Olympus. While it may look like a larger version of the previously released Motorola Defy, there’s a few changes included with this new device to make
Verizon has announced that the Motorola Citrus will go on sale from November 11, the company’s latest Android smartphone and another Motorola languishing on Android 2.1. Still, the Citrus promises to hit the budget mark:
Despite the fact we already knew that every single one of these devices was on the way to T-Mobile soon, the Magenta carrier decided to go ahead and officially announce the devices the old-fashioned way: with a press release.
The Motorola DEFY is popping up on wireless carriers all over the globe, and now it looks like T-Mobile here in the U.S. is going to feel the love soon. Just announced by T-Mobile via the company’s Twitter account, one of
Motorola’s Defy we saw this past week at CTIA is bound for Germany. The consumer can purchase this device full price for 350 euros or for just 1 euro with contract. Motorola’s calling the phone “Life Proof,” and as
Motorola just announced the Droid Pro, their first candy-bar, “BlackBerry-esque” Android-based device, and now we can say that we’ve managed to get some hands on time with the device. It’s a unique form
Motorola’s time at CTIA tonight was busy, as the company released a handful of devices, and as the Spice showcases, they’re not all meant for the United States. While the Spice is definitely the Motorola XT300 from a
Two weeks ago Motorola announced it’s upcoming ultra durable phone, the Defy. The device is advertised as “designed to handle everything that life throws your way” and is looking very durable, but how durable is it really?