Yet another upcoming top-shelf Motorola smartphone seems to have surfaced online, carrying the ballsy Droid Turbo moniker and a Samsung Galaxy Note 4-rivaling spec sheet.
After gathering numerous bleak pricing hints in regards to the unveiled-but-not-yet-released Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch, it comes as a very nice last-minute surprise that the Android Wear timepiece is officially listed at a palatable $250.
A fishy benchmark listing has surfaced, suggesting the so-called Motorola Shamu, aka Google’s Nexus 6, is in advanced stages of testing with Android L pre-loaded, a surprisingly compact 5.2-inch Quad HD display and beefy Snapdragon 805 chip.
It seems like adopting a different design philosophy for its rookie smartwatch effort than rivals Samsung, LG or Sony is paying off for Motorola, as the Moto 360 is by far the most buzzed-about intelligent timepiece in Android Wear’s short history.
Of the forthcoming slew of Motorola products, the follow-up to last year’s low-cost Moto G is tipped as accommodating the most lackluster hardware, which shouldn’t prevent it from evolving into a major box-office hit.
While waiting for Lenovo to obtain all regulatory approvals needed to seize control over Motorola and all its assets, present and future, the creators of the wildly successful Moto G and not as popular X are reportedly cooking up X+1, G2, “Shamu” and… Moto Maxx handhelds.
Since it’s been practically established that Google’s Nexus line has a healthy future ahead of it, it’s time to welcome back Nexus 6 rumors, now hinting at a “killer”, gargantuan 5.9-inch model co-manufactured by, surprise, surprise, Motorola.
The most compelling, rigorous, credible Moto X+1-centric report yet has a bunch of pics showcasing every angle and curve of an alleged pre-production unit likely sporting a 5.1-inch display and clearly rocking a wood rear cover.
The sequel to Motorola’s best-selling Moto G will reportedly feature a similar design and slightly upgraded hardware.
Great news for prospective buyers of Android Wear-based smartwatches, as various reports suggest LG’s G Watch and Motorola’s Moto 360 will be getting quite the distribution push stateside over the next few months.
The latest Moto X+1 leak hints at a design similar to the original Moto X, while revealing a few of the device’s specs.
The Moto X and Moto G are the first non-Nexus devices to get updated to the recently announced version of Android.
The latest version of the OS brings numerous bug fixes to Google’s Nexus and Google Play edition lineup, and will also be making its way to Motorola’s recent smartphones later this week.
Hot on the heels of the dirt-cheap Moto E, the 4G LTE Motorola Moto G has gone official, with pre-orders already live but shipping dates undisclosed.
Motorola’s latest smartphone goes after feature phone owners with a super low price combined with better than average hardware.
Images and specs of Motorola’s upcoming budget-friendly smartphone have leaked through various sources ahead of its official announcement.
The Moto G Cinema is listed on Motorola’s website and hints at a Moto G variant with a larger screen.
Motorola’s highly anticipated Moto X sequel is as good as confirmed following yet another mention on the company’s official website, along with possible pricing and carrier availability hints.
The press invite sent out by Motorola suggests that the company will be unveiling the successor to the value-for-money Moto G.
Motorola is seeing a resurgence in sales that is set to continue as new devices are scheduled to launch later this quarter.