Interested in the Moto X, but holding off for the Developer Edition? The time has now arrived! Motorola is now selling developer editions of both the Moto X and Droid MAXX. Keep reading for more details!
Root access has been achieved for the Moto X (AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, US Cellular, and Rogers), and Motorola Droid Ultra, MAXX, and Mini.
This week we got to take a break from Moto X (not really) and focus on a new DROID lineup, a new Nexus 7, and a new way to watch online video.
This week we answer questions regarding battery life, the Moto X, the LG G2, the Sony Honami, and more!
At 8.5mm, compared to the 9.3mm it was before, the Maxx is still really slight. The original model boasted 32 hours of power from the battery, but the new model promises to run for 48 hours. That’s a staggering statistic, compared to what we’ve come to expect from our devices.
The new Droid family, the Droid Ultra, Mini, and Maxx, are scheduled to be uncovered July 23. Newest leaks suggest a red Droid Ultra is coming too.
The veritable carrier, Verizon Wireless, has been sending out invites to select members of the media for a press event on July 23rd. So, what does this mean for you? Well, for starters, it’s likely that Verizon will be updating quite a few phones which is, of course, good news. Long considered the ‘best carrier’ in the US, Verizon has typically been one of the slowest to update it product lineup, but this is looking to change soon, as there appear to be several excellent devices close to launch. It’s expected that Verizon will be unveiling three devices at the…
Wondering what the new Motorola DROID line for Verizon will look like? Well, you don’t have to wait, because we’ve got a new picture of the phones.