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Nexus 6 now on Amazon, Moto E soon with Verizon (maybe)

Motorola has been on a smartphone roll of late, being the OEM of choice for Google's Nexus 6, and receiving good reviews for their newer handsets, including the mid-range Moto E. The main problem has been availability though, as they usually run out of stock and people have to search far and wide (well, on their computers at least) if they want to get a unit, specifically for the Nexus 6. But now Motorola is widening their reach, with both confirmed and rumored news.

Motorola responds to veiled criticism from Apple’s Jonny Ive

While Apple's lead designer, Sir Jonathan Ive, did not exactly say the brand's name in a recent interview, Motorola felt like they had to respond, because he was obviously talking about them. Motorola President Rick Osterloh said their company just has a "different philosophy" while also managing to take a few potshots at Apple and their "outrageous" prices.

First-gen Moto G getting Android 5.0 in the coming weeks

Before 2014 ended, we said that Motorola would be rolling out Lollipop for the 1st gen Moto G. Weeks of waiting are over, well at least, we don't have to wait for long as Motorola recently mentioned that the software update will arrive in the "upcoming weeks". This is good news for owners of the first Moto G especially since the 2nd-gen was the first smartphone to officially get Android 5.0 Lollipop last year.

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.

Motorola outs new Moto G with 4G in Brazil

Before 2014 ended, we noted that a new Moto G is coming to Brazil with 4G/LTE connectivity and a bigger battery. It wasn't exactly a rumor because it was spotted on Motorola's Brazilian website. We didn't have to wait long as the Lenovo-owned Motorola has just launched a new version of the 2nd-generation Moto G in the country. Main features are still the same but with the addition of 4G support and Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box.

Photo of 2nd-gen Moto E leaked

We haven't heard much about the Moto E but a recent rumor gives us an idea that the 2nd-generation might be coming soon. It's another budget smartphone alright because the Moto E was popular in the cheap phone category with its sub-$150 price tag. And now that Motorola is owned by Lenovo, there's more reason for the mobile group to work harder than before.

Motorola shows some #Motolove with big discounts for Valentines

Motorola wants us all to have a happy Valentines. No, the company isn't wishing you would find the love of your life (you wish!) but just fall in love with a new phone like the new Moto X or the Moto 360 smartwatch. Of course, this sweet deal could also be the perfect Valentines gift to your geeky significant other.

Motorola comes back to China

We already know that Motorola has officially returned to China. The company brings new smartphones and wearable choices to the emerging market. All these are happening because Lenovo's purchase of Motorola has been finally completed three months ago. This also means consumers in China have more choices now when it comes to smartphones (not that there aren't enough choices available...). Motorola is bringing the following models to China: Moto Hint (wearable), Moto G, Moto X Pro, and the Moto X.

Apple may have bitten off Nexus 6’s ‘missing’ fingerprint sensor

It turns out that Apple may have been responsible not just for the seeming current downturn in innovating its own products, but contributing to some "missing" parts in the competition as well. Notice that cute "dimple" behind Google's Nexus 6 -- manufactured by Motorola hence the dimple has Motorola's logo? Well, news has come out that it should have been a tappy fingerprint sensor. But circumstances have been so that Motorola wasn't able to include that in that final design.
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