Motorola has begun soak testing its Android Lollipop update for the Moto Maxx in Brazil and Mexico and for the Moto E in Brazil and India today.
Motorola has just released the Moto G (2014) LTE model in Brazil. In addition to 4G connectivity, the device brings a bigger, 2390mAh battery, and can now be purchased from Motorola Brazil’s website.
Just as rumors have suggested, Motorola launched today an international version of the Verizon-bound Droid Turbo. The device will go on sale (at least for now) in Latin America.
Leaked photos of the Motorola Moto Maxx show off a GSM Droid Turbo. That’s a version of the awesome new Motorola device for the non-U.S. crowd. Event still scheduled for Wednesday in Brazil.
An invitation sent to Brazilian media suggests that another launch event for the Droid Turbo will take place on November 5th. The handset could be rebranded as the Moto Maxx for a global rollout.
Xiaomi’s Hugo Barra has announced that the company is moving user data and services to new servers over multiple sites, in order to improve user access speeds and combat fears over privacy.
Samsung Electronics is facing a lawsuit from the government of Brazil, seeking $100 million in damages over poor working conditions at the company’s assembly lines in the country.
The moment that some of you have been waiting for is here — the Nexus 4 is finally available for purchase in Brazil. Shame about the price, though.
Better late than never — the Nexus 4 will finally be launched in Brazil on March 27. When will it hit stores?
It’s been a while since we last saw Motorola unveiling a new smartphone, and, as much as we’d like to think otherwise, the X Phone won’t be out for a couple more months.