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A new Motorola Razr will be released this year as a $1,500 foldable phone

Only 200,000 units will be made.

The Motorola Razr — yes, that Razr — is apparently making a comeback in 2019 and will be released exclusively on Verizon as soon as this February.

We’ll give that a minute to sink it. You good? Let’s continue.

According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, the new Razr is being made by Lenovo and will feature a foldable screen. That “folding screen” could mean it’ll have a flip-phone  [Read More…]

Motorola One review: The meat-and-potatoes smartphone

Like most Android One phones, the Motorola One isn’t all that exciting. But for less than £200 it’s a great buy.

The flurry of Android One phone launches in the past few months has given us one of the more unusual devices in Motorola’s lineup. The Motorola One sits adjacent to the more mainstream Moto G6 series, offering a different balance of features for its £269 price tag.

What you get is pretty standard Android One setup  [Read More…]

Affordable notchy phones battle it out: Nokia 7.1 vs Motorola One

When the notch first appeared on phones last year, it was an exclusive component of premium flagship-level smartphones.

But as months went by and more and more Android OEMs jumped on board of the design trend, the notch started making it to middle-range models too.

Today, fans of the notch don’t have to pay premium to get a phone with a notchy display. Case in point in the US, customers have the option of picking up models like the Nokia  [Read More…]

Motorola Cyber Monday: Hundreds of dollars off its phones

Today’s a fun day if you’re a smartphone buyer. Black Friday is great and an excellent way to kick off a season of terrific buys. But, we all know that Cyber Monday is another incredible day for shopping.

Motorola Cyber Monday deals are an excellent opportunity for customers to pick up a quality phone for their carrier of choice. The pricing is already great on a normal day; the discounts only make it better. Motorola offers a lot of bang  [Read More…]

Affordable notchy phones battle it out: Nokia 7.1 Plus vs Motorola One

When the notch first appeared on phones last year, it was an exclusive component of premium flagship-level smartphones.

But as months went by and more and more Android OEMs jumped on board of the design trend, the notch started making it to middle-range models too.

Today, fans of the notch don’t have to pay premium to get a phone with a notchy display. Case in point in the US, customers have the option of picking up models like the Nokia  [Read More…]

ThriftyDroid: Motorola slashes up to $200 off phones for limited time

It’s November so that means we’re in that time of year where hardware makers and retailers start dropping prices. Not just a few bucks or so, but more noteworthy (read: sizable) discounts and savings.

Motorola, wanting to waste time, is already out with limited-time deals for a number of its phones. These are while supplies last so they’re subject to end at any time.

Here’s what the handset maker has in store for the time being:

Motorola Moto Z3 Play  [Read More…]

Motorola One headed to U.S. as Best Buy exclusive

The Motorola One was announced at IFA 2018, but saw only an international release at the outset. But just in time for the holiday season, Motorola is bringing its Android One smartphone to the U.S. The Motorola One will be sold exclusively through Best Buy, with online sales beginning on November 9 and in-store sales beginning on November 11. It should also be noted that the black version will only be sold online, and the white version will only be  [Read More…]

Motorola One with Android One coming to Best Buy in the United States

One of the first phones sold under the full Motorola branding in years, the Motorola One looks like a promising mid-range phone, thanks to Android One.

The Motorola One and One Power were announced back at IFA and launched in Asia, Europe, and Latin America in September. These mid-range phones featured fairly mid-range specs, but what stood out was that these phone ran Android One, meaning they don’t have much manufacturer customization — nor do they have  [Read More…]

iFixit is now selling parts straight from Motorola

Not a knockoff.

iFixit has long been known for selling toolkits and providing guides on how to open consumer hardware so you can try your hand at fixing your phone instead of spending a bunch of money at a repair shop. iFixit has also sold replacement parts for various pieces of hardware so users can get their tools and replacement parts all in one go.

What’s been missing, until now, is support from a device manufacturer. But  [Read More…]

Motorola celebrates 90th anniversary with discounts on phones and accessories

Today marks a monumental day in the history of communication. Indeed, this is the 90th anniversary of Motorola. As a brand that’s been in the game for as long as anyone, they’ve seen their fair share of historic firsts.

If you visit the Motorola blog today, you’ll find a quick trip through time, marking nine of the biggest achievements in the company’s history. Chances are extremely high that you’ve directly or indirectly used tech from Motorola. Raise your hand if  [Read More…]