The Motorola Defy was announced earlier this month and claims to offer all the features and performance of a smartphone. And in addition, it is dust-proof, water and scratch resistant. So is it really as good as it’s said to be? Read on.
The Motorola Milestone has been retailing in Singapore since March, and the maker has plans of the mobile operating system updates for the Android 2.1-powered phone. Just that despite the long wait, Motorola said the Android 2.2 Froyo update would be available in Q1 next year, for users in Europe (and hopefully other countries too).
Motorola has announced their new Defy smartphone which claims to be dust-proof, water and scratch resistant. Featuring 3.7-inch touchscreen display, the Motorola Defy will be available exclusively at all StarHub outlets by 18 December.
We have seen manufacturers like Samsung, Viewsonic, Creative Technology, Toshiba and Dell with their new Android-based tablet device, and it looks like Motorola is also coming up with theirs, called the MotoPad. The 7-inch MotoPad will run Android 3.0 (codenamed Honeycomb).
Motorola Singapore sent out an invite last week for their new phone launch that is happening this Thursday. From the sound of it, it should be the Motorola Defy which claims to be scratch-proof, waterproof and even dustproof.
Apple has sued Motorola over patents infringement on the use of Multi-touch technology on their smartphones. According to sources, the suits mostly pertain to the touchscreen phones: Motorola Droid, Droid 2, Droid X, Cliq, Cliq XT, BackFlip, Devour A555, Devour i1, and Charm.1
Motorola has announced two new Android smartphones to the market, namely the Motorola FLIPOUT and MOTOROLA CHARM. Both smartphones sport unique form factor and compact designs, with combine touchscreen and keypad capabilities. The Motorola FLIPOUT and CHARM will retail in Singapore tomorrow.
Apple may have launched patent infringement suits against the likes of HTC, but you can be sure that OEMs who have committed themselves to Google’s platform are not about to take Apple’s accusations lying down. In a move most would not have anticipated, Motorola has sided with HTC in its attempt to invalidate the patents Apple has used to sue the latter.
About a week ago, Microsoft sued Motorola over patents infringement on their Android phones. And not long ago, both companies announced that they may be working together to build a smartphone based on the upcoming Windows Phone 7 operating system.
Now this is getting rather interesting. Last week, it was Microsoft who threw the book at Motorola for infringing its patents over the latter’s Android smartphones. In what must be a rather unusual twist to the situation, Motorola has turned and accused another company for infringing on its own patent portfolio. And the name of
While there are already so many Android phones on the market today, this latest one from Motorola stands out as the first Android smartphone designed for business users (or so it claims). The Motorola DROID PRO sports a 3.1-inch touchscreen display, 1GHz processor, and runs on the latest Android 2.2 (Froyo) operating system. Its only available in US, on Verizon Wireless.
Its not uncommon to see lawsuits filed against companies over patent infringement, though the latest ones involved Microsoft and Motorola. Microsoft is suing the phone manufacturer over patent infringement on their Android smartphones.
With tablets running off Google’s Android operating system popping up all over the market like popcorn, it should probably be of little surprise that handset makers are keen on getting into the tablet game as well. And Motorola is seemingly the next big player to have an interest in the tablet market, if the leaked
Well, it was only a matter of time, but no one actually expected Motorola to move that fast. Apparently, the company has started sending out Cease & Desist orders against the modding community for allegedly releasing leaked builds of its Froyo ROM for the Droid X smartphone. Read on for more information.
Motorola aims to please users who are into QWERTY smartphones, and the manufacturer has recently announced the Motorola Charm. Yes, it does look a bit like a Blackberry, but this one is on the Android platform.
Motorola and StarHub once again had an exclusive partnership to launch the new Motorola Milestone XT in Singapore. The phone maker and the telco had done the same for the Milestone (also known as Droid in US) in late March. The Milestone XT will be available from tomorrow.
Singapore Telcommunication provider, M1 Limited, has just announced the launch of their new App store designed for all platforms. The appstore has both free and paid apps, ranging from games, entertainment, social networking to utilities. Check it out at http://appstore.m1.com.sg/ Update: For those who are wondering about the iPhone apps on M1 app store, according to M1, downloads of iPhone apps
Today, Motorola and SingTel have jointly announced the exclusive launch of the Motorola Backflip in Singapore. The Android-powered Backflip with MOTOBLUR will be available from this Saturday (1st May) from as low as S$0 on selected price plans.
According to AdMob’s report, Android smartphone operating system has increased its share from 2% to 24%, making it number two to iPhone OS (which gained from 33% to 50%) in February this year.
Motorola and StarHub have jointly announced the launch of the new Motorola Milestone (also known as Droid in the US). The Android phone is available from 27 March at all authroized StarHub retail shops.