Tag Archive: Moto


The Moto 360 will support Qi wireless charging

We’ve yet to see the Moto 360 come across the FCC’s testing docket, but its charger? That just scurried across the test bench — with the Moto 360 itself in tow as “Test support equipment.” Normally a standard plug-in charger would not find itself under scrutiny from the FCC, after all they’re all about things that transmit through the air. Which it would seem this very Qi charger does.

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Moto X+1 render leaks, case included

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Motorola’s Moto X was a positive surprise last year. It didn’t have cutting edge specs, but it worked like a charm carrying some useful features along with it. All that packed in a relatively small body considering a 4.7″ screen. Due to this fact we now expect more from Moto X+1 than we did with the Moto X.

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Moto X+1 leak shows device sitting pretty in a case

A new image of the much rumored Moto X+1 has popped up showing what appears to be the device sitting inside a case made for the phone. At this point, there’s not a lot of information about the phone itself though the leak reveals the front and the rear of the device.

Sprint updates Moto X to Android 4.4.3

Sprint is updating its Moto X smartphone from Motorola with the Android 4.4.3 KitKat operating system. The Sprint release follows the earlier release of Android 4.4.3 on the T-Mobile and developer unlocked editions of Motorola’s flagship smartphone. According to Sprint, the update will be rolling out in waves, so don’t fret if you don’t see an update notification on your Moto X right away.

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Motorola showcases 10 best Moto 360 designs in Face-Off contest

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Motorola today announced it has trimmed its Moto 360 Face-Off submissions down to the top 10. After kicking off in mid-May, the hardware maker received more than 1,300 entries which run the gamut of simple and clean to outright busy and cluttered. A post on Google+ today tells us that now it’s up to us, the fans,… Read more »

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Moto G with LTE now available

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Motorola are offering up the Moto G with LTE support on their website for $ 219 in both black and white.

The budget smartphone is a great little device, and now you can now grab it with 4G.

It is available with 8GB of internal storage but the LTE variant of the Moto G comes with a microSD card slot to raise it to 32GB.

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Moto G 4G now available for purchase through Motorola site

If you’ve been waiting for the Moto G 4G to arrive on the Motorola site, today is your lucky day. The Moto G 4G LTE has now landed on the Motorola website and is available for direct purchase for only $ 219 in either white or black.

Moto X+1 details and potential launch date surface

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Motorola is getting ready for their next big device, which will be known as the Moto X+1. We now have more information and leak shots of the smartphone, courtesy of TK Tech News. According to the source close to Motorola, it will feature a 1080p display (we heard about a 5.2 inch one), 2GB of RAM, 16GB, 32GB or 64GB of storage, a better camera  [Read More…]

Moto E review

The little phone that reaches past it’s price point

I’ve been excited to have a look at the Moto E since its announcement in the middle of May. At $ 129 US, the Moto E is about the same price as dinner and a movie, and the buzz about how well it performs in the entry-level smartphone domain put it at the top of my wishlist. I’ve had a little time with it, and have to  [Read More…]

Moto 360 could cost £199 in the UK

One of the big unanswered questions with surrounding Android Wear devices relates their pricing. But today British outlet MobileFun says it has the first UK price details for Motorola’s Moto 360, the circular wearable many have been salivating over since its announcement. And according to the retailer it’ll cost £199. That’s around the same as the UK price for Samsung’s Gear 2 Neo, and a good bit cheaper than the full camera-toting Gear 2.

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