Marking a device for end of life, especially so early, doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t expect future updates from this point on. As usual, an internal document from any company is meant to stay internal, so if you
Each time Motorola updates their Android upgrade timeline, it manages to make headlines. Not surprising, considering that every time it happens, something interesting changes. This time around, though, it takes the cake. Just
Verizon’s DROID X has only just gone on sale – and is already sold out, with new deliveries not expected until July 23rd – but the carrier is already looking to phase out its predecessor. According to a leaked
Motorola have just delivered their eighth Android device, the Motorola DEVOUR, and the latest to hit Verizon’s network in the US. As we discovered in our brief hands-on at MWC 2010 last week, the DEVOUR’s high-quality
First confirmed for $99, then subsequently increased to $149, the Motorola Devour has finally been reconfirmed for the last time by Best Buy for $99, via its official Facebook page, and will start selling on Thursday, February
We’ll admit we weren’t entirely convinced when we first saw shots of the Motorola DEVOUR, but having played with the Android handset this week at MWC 2010 the extruded-aluminum chassis has won us over. What looks
Following the official announcement made by Verizon that do indeed intend on introducing this phone soon, phonearena.com is hearing rumors that this phone could be released on February 25th.
We’d settled ourselves for a March launch of the Motorola DEVOUR, but availability of the latest MOTOBLUR smartphone could be even sooner than that. According to Phone Arena’s tipster, the DEVOUR is actually primed
The recently announced Motorola Devour has been spotted in a photo shoot with the Nexus One. But, don’t count this phone out as your potential next Android; it has a few surprises in store.
Motorola have officially announced the DEVOUR, their latest Android smartphone for Verizon’s network. The Motorola DEVOUR is another QWERTY slider, with a 3.1-inch capacitive touchscreen and the company’s MOTOBLUR