I think it’s safe to say that the vast majority of official news announced today surrounding the Moto X had already been leaked or speculated in one way or another over the past 5 months. Is this a good thing? At the time, I thought it was
The Moto X has already been branded as a midrange phone. However, the device actually did fairly well against the latest flagships in the specs department.
The Verizon Moto X will get MotoMaker customization support later this year. But the handset will pack plenty of bloatware apps at launch.
A Moto X Google Play edition version will be available from the Google Play Store “soon,” although pricing or launch details for it aren’t available at this time.
In a short message on Google+, Robert Scoble teased the Moto X saying that the handset is a “game changer” for the industry, and that the device may be more “controversial” for the business than the first iPhone was.
The idea behind the study was to see which mobile operating systems and which manufacturers people preferred, while appreciating their former device OEM and OS. As it turns out, iOS is a clear winner for loyalty across the board, but that figure can be a bit skewed.
Microsoft Office for Android (Office Mobile) is available as a free download from the Google Play Store, but the app has certain limitations for the moment.
You are likely familiar with popular names like the Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One or Nexus 7 but what about the Piranha Business Tab 10.1 Zeus White!
Do you know of any strangely named Android devices?
Open Signal has just released their Android Fragmentation Visualized report, at it has some interesting statistics. The info provided by Open Signal shows eight different Android iterations in use, whereas Apple has three iOS variants.
MediaTek and Samsung are both preparing to launch their first true eight core processors, but do we really need so many cores, and will handset manufacturers leap at this new technology?