Motorola has surprisingly updated the Moto X to Android 4.4 really quick and the OTA update just showed up on our AT&T unit which we have been happily using in India.The Android 4.4 KitKat update for the MotoX is about 326MB in size and bears the version number 140.44.5.en.US. The update was pretty straight forward and came in as a Over the Air update and installation took about 20 mins to complete. Motorola had already started rolling out the update for the Verizon version.
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Motorola has released Android 4.0 demo videos. It has completely new UI with new lock screen and it’s pretty much similar to the stock version of the Android other than the 4 shortcuts like phone and messages in the lock screen instead of 2. The background wallpaper is the same as the original Razr and the icons have been changed. Continue reading “Motorola Android 4.0 UI shown off in demo videos”
The Motorola Defy+ is an updated version of the Motorola Defy, Motorola’s unique take on making rugged phones accessible to all. Externally the Defy+ looks identical to the Defy. In fact side by side it is impossible to tell the two apart. Which is a good thing as we like the same small cute design. Continue reading “Motorola DEFY+ hands-on and unboxing”
Motorola has enjoyed good support in China for a long time, thanks to its support to the nation’s homegrown TD-SCDMA 3G technology, and gorgeous looking Win Mobile SURF. Now it has announced not one or two, but three Android high-end handsets for China’s three big carriers.
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Motorola Shules is a Google Android powered smartphone set to be released on the Verizon networks. Shules is the codename and the device will be known differently when launched. Continue reading “Motorola Shules Android Phone Leaked!”