Motorola offers a few unique features to its devices one of which is Spotlight stories. Moto devices have an app dubbed as Spotlight Player which is an interactive story telling app. The company has added a new Spotlight story to this player for Motorola devices.
Soon after releasing Android 5.0 soak tests for second generation Moto X and Moto G, Motorola is now kick starting the roll out of Lollipop on Moto X (2nd Gen), Moto G (2nd Gen.) U.S. GSM and Moto G (2nd Gen.) Global GSM versions sold in the U.S.
Motorola’s Moto X 2014 is receiving its Android 5.0 Lollipop update as part of a soak test. The new update is rolling out for testers that are part of Motorola’s Feedback Network.
Motorola has published the Android 4.4.4 KitKat build Kernel Source Code for Moto X(2014) and Moto(2014), according to Android Police. The initial kernel source code for Motorola Moto X (2014) is codenamed ‘Victara’, while that of the Moto G (2014) is dubbed ‘Titan’.
Motorola stands as one of the old ones, the leaders in mobile technology that somehow got sidelined amidst the confusion and chaos as everyone aimed for the race to the top. With the launch of the first generation Moto X, they proved that they still have the mojo to create a product that stands out despite not having top of the line specifications. With genuinely useful software additions to stock Android, top notch build quality and near infinite customization possibilities, the handset was unique and consumers noticed it. Enough to warrant a second run and enough for Motorola to kick things up a notch and launch the 2nd generation Moto X that takes all the best things from the first generation phone and supercharges it with top of the line specifications. So is the Moto X (2014) a winner? Read on to find out. Continue reading “Moto X 2014 Review”
Motorola’s next iterations of smartphones have leaked on a German retailer site ahead of its launch today. Specifications of the Moto X+1 and Moto G have been mentioned on the site.
Motorola has introduced a new method to unlock your MotoX. The company has launched a digital tatoo that a Moto X user needs to place on the wrist of the hand.
German court has ordered Motorola to stop smartphone sale over the infringe on an antenna design patent. The Mannheim Regional Court has ordered to cease all Moto X and Moto G sales in Germany, as the company is allegedly infringing on antenna related patents held by German firm LPKF Laser & Electronics.
Its long been expected that Motorola will launch a higher capacity variant of the Moto X. Today, the company has confirmed that it plans to launch a 64GB version of the phone.
Motorola announced the Motorola Moto X nearly nine months ago and it was the company’s first smartphone after being taken over by Google. The smartphone was the company’s flagship and at that time, it could not compete with the top of the range specs laden flagships that came with 1080p displays and powerful quad-core processors. Moto X took a different approach by making the smartphone extremely compact and it was branded as Made in USA.
Motorola launched the Moto X, the company’s top-end smartphone in India back in March, exclusively on Flipkart. Later it launched the Walnut and Teak wood back variants are priced at Rs. 25,999. Today, the company has launched the Bamboo back variant of the phone in India on Flipkart. The Bamboo variant of the Moto X was introduced in the U.S. back in December last year. Continue reading “Motorola Moto X with Bamboo finish launched in India, wood back variants get Rs. 1000 off on Flipkart”
Motorola launched Moto E, its budget handset in India for Rs 6,999. The phone which already is power packed by features is getting more powerful with a special app introduced by the company. Today, Motorola has introduced an app that alerts your contacts when in need.
Motorola definitely created a splash in the market when it launched it’s surprisingly affordable yet capable Moto G. Now, the company is all set to announce its next device which is expected to “connect more people to the world’s information and each other.” Continue reading “Motorola set to launch its next affordable device on 13th May”
While India might’ve just received the Moto X, rumors are already swirling around the next generation version. Word surfaced a while back that the successor to the Moto X would be called the Moto X+1. To be the first device after the sale to Lenovo, it looks like the Moto X+1 will take customization to yet another level. Continue reading “Moto X+1 to have 25 custom backplate options”