The 2013 Motorola smartphones including the Moto X, Droid Ultra, Maxx and Mini are part of the Motorola trade up program that offers buyers a $100 discount on a new phone as long as they ship their old Moto handset to the company.
Motorola and Verizon have announced the newest Droid family. Wondering how they stack up against the competition? Check here and we’ll tell you.
A new report says that the Moto X will launch “somewhat simultaneously” with the new Verizon Droids that were just announced by the carrier. Read on for more details!
During the Verizon media event in which the new Droid models were introduced, Motorola officials mentioned for the first time ever the company’s own system-on-chip architecture, the eight-core X8 Mobile Computing System that will be found inside all the new Droids.
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.
FCC documents reveal some of the last remaining unknown specs of the new Droid Ultra, Droid Maxx, and Droid Mini. The Maxx should come with an industry leading 3,500 mAh unit.
If leaked press images of Motorla’s upcoming DROID MAXX are to be believed, it looks like the company isn’t planning to ditch the ruggedized, masculine look any time soon.
On the apps front this week, the big topic is Google Maps. Maps has a completely new UI, pretty much fullscreen, a slideout menu and has the action button on the bottom right. The search bar... at the top brings various items into the mix and the search results are given in a nice card layout. The overall layout is much simpler. Sadly, Latitude is gone from the app and retiring for good on Au...
What appears to be a leaked storyboard for a Verizon commercial suggests that the upcoming Motorola Droid Maxx will feature extra-long battery life of up to 48 hours.
There’s no July 11 Moto X event, Motorola apparently confirmed. In fact, there’s no Motorola press event at all on that day, according to a publication. Read on for more details!