Tag Archives: Motorola

Deal: Save on the Nexus 6 and Moto X until tomorrow

Since reinventing itself with the launch of the first generation Moto X a couple of years ago, Motorola has become one of the favorite Android OEMs among tech aficionados. It offers hardware customizability like none other, and sells possibly the best Nexus device we’ve seen since the original Nexus One. And – until tomorrow, June 23rd – you can save on some of the company’s best products. Until 10:59am Central Time tomorrow, you … [read full article]

Cam’s Top 5 – Unlocked Budget T-Mobile friendly phones

T-Mobile sells some of the best – and most expensive phones – on the market. But perhaps what’s surprising is that there are a bunch of affordable phones on the market that can (almost) give those devices a run for their money. And they’re not available on T-Mobile’s store shelves. While that means that they don’t come with services like Wi-Fi Calling baked in, it does mean that they’re factory unlocked and free … [read full article]

New Moto E released, comes with T-Mobile-flavored LTE band 2, 4 and 12

This morning, Motorola delivered surprise packages to a number of tech journalists across the globe. Including our very own Marco, from PhoneDog (unboxing above). In them: a cardboard auditorium and a new Moto E. The new budget Android device costs just $149 to buy unlocked from Motorola.com and comes with good value spec list to boot. It features: 4.5-inch qHD display, 540×960 resolution (245ppi) Snapdragon 410, 1.2GHz quad-core CPU Adreno 302 with 400MHz GPU 5MP f/2.2 camera with … [read full article]

T-Mo compatible Quad HD Motorola Droid Turbo in the works?

Rumors have cropped over the past month or so claiming that Verizon is about to launch another exclusive Android device, and is planning to add it to its well-known DROID range. The Droid Turbo – as it’s being called – will allegedly feature a Quad HD display and fast-charging technology along with the usual long battery life. We’re expecting “Big Red” to unveil it some point this month. But it’s not the only carrier that’s … [read full article]

T-Mo Moto X gets 4.4.3 KitKat update

If you’re one of the few T-Mo users rocking a Moto X, you’ll be glad to know the latest version of Android – version 4.4.3 – has landed. If you haven’t received a notification to download in the past 24 hours, you should check your settings for software updates manually, and it’ll more than likely be there. News of the update comes just one week after Motorola [read full article]

T-Mobile Moto X update soak test invites sent out

If you’re one of the few T-Mobile users who picked up a Moto X from Motorola, you’ll be glad to know some kind of software update is incoming. Droid-Life reveals an email sent out to members of the Motorola Feedback Network, inviting them to take part in a preview of a software release. Known as a “soak test”, these software previews help figure out how the OS adapts to real world use and … [read full article]

Moto X on 24-hour sale from Thursday, May 1

  Not for the first time since its launch, the Moto X is about to go on one of its 24-hour flash sales. From 12:01am Eastern on Thursday, May 1st, Motorola is dropping the price of its customizable device. The 16GB is dropping by $50, while the 32GB and Developer Edition will have $75 slashed off the price. Despite receiving wide praise from tech journalists, the Moto X hasn’t quite caught the attention … [read full article]

Android 4.4.2 now available for T-Mobile Moto X users

After a short while in “soak test” mode, Android 4.4.2 KitKat is now available for Moto X owners on T-Mobile. If you are using the device on Magenta, and if you haven’t already, you can now download the update. Within the new software are the following features and bug fixes: Added support for printing photos, Google Docs, GMail messages and other content using a Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection or using cloud-printing services like … [read full article]

Moto G, simply the best phone under $200 [Review]

I don’t think any company’s released a more talked-about handset under $200 than Motorola with its Moto G. And for good reason. It’s the first time anyone’s really brought a great experience, and decent spec-list to a phone in that price range. I got one just over a week back and have grown to like it a lot, although it does have its problems. Design The Moto G’s design should be applauded. It feels fantastic in hand. … [read full article]