In a series of new ads, Motorola is showing of the next-generation Moto X. Three new videos were uploaded on Motorola’s Motorola Mobility channel on YouTube, showcasing what Moto X’s “Pure style and Pure performance” is all about.
Motorola has been wise enough to release new apps through the Google Play Store instead of inside a firmware update for one great reason: it’s faster. Compared to bringing new Android apps exclusive to Motorola devices on a firmware update, adding them to the Play Store allows Moto X owners to be easily notified of the release. This way, they are able to download the apps immediately even without a system update.
If you're in the market for a well-rounded, almost-vanilla Android device, now might be a good time to put in your money for a new Motorola smartphone or wearable. The company has now opened up its website for pre-orders for its latest generation of the Moto X and Moto G smartphones, the Moto 360 smarwatch, and the very talented Moto Hint earbud.
Fresh from the updraft of market love for its product launches at IFA 2014 – namely the Moto 360 and the new Moto X – a possible new Motorola device is headed towards US carrier Verizon, and could be a beast of a phone. The device was spotted in FCC documents with the code name “Quark” and from initial analysis of the docs could have wireless charging and turbo charging.
It may not be the desirable Moto Maker, at least not yet, but this is still good news for Android and Motorola lovers across the pond. Motorola's UK branch has just opened up its website for direct purchase of devices, with the new Moto G being the first, and so far only, product to be acquired.
Whether you’re a student, a professor or even an alumni, Motorola is giving you the chance to get their new flagship, the new Moto X, at a discounted price. The phone, along with the other recently announced Motorola products are available for pre-order starting September 16, and as long as you have a .edu email address, you will be able to get $50 off their flagship smartphone.
The newly-announced Motorola products, unveiled at the IFA 2014 in Berlin just two weeks ago, will now be available for pre-ordering through various sales channels. This includes the new Moto X (through carrier AT&T), the Moto Pure Edition, Moto Hint and Moto Turbo Charger. The other good news is that their round-faced smartwatch, the Moto 360, has been re-stocked after selling out since it was released in the market almost two weeks ago.
Straight from its launch at IFA 2014, we already have the notion that the new Moto X will be one of the darlings of people looking to upgrade their Android devices this holiday season. Most people will get it under contract, with the USD$99.99 price tag looking very nice indeed. But there are those who will want the unbranded, unlocked, direct-sale version straight from Motorola – that one will be called the Moto X Pure Edition.
One of the coolest things about the Moto 360 smartwatch is that it has a round face. Most all of the other devices on the market have square or rectangular designs making the round face of the Moto 360 a selling point.
Bezels – hate them, but can’t do without them. Bezels do serve their purpose, but we want less and less of them and more screen, right? Now, with a nod to the original infographic for phones, this new one shows us which smartwatch gives you more screen usage for your money.