Fueled by Moto G sales this year in India, Motorola has overtaken Nokia as fourth largest handset manufacturer. Offer limited time price cut for the Moto G.
The launch of the Moto G sent shockwaves throughout the industry back in November 2013, and now it seems that Motorola is preparing to up the ante with the second generation of the device.
The Moto Google Play Edition is now making the jump from Android 4.4.2 over to Android 4.4.4. The OTA will roll out in stages, though the link is available for those wishing to install it manually.
The Moto G 4G LTE has just become available for purchase from Motorola’s website. Is it worth your cash? We believe it may be the right phone for many!
While variants of the Moto X got first in queue for Android 4.4.3 earlier this week, the Moto G isn’t left behind. An incremental over the air update is heading towards US GSM versions of the phone.
One of the best ‘budget’ Android devices we have ever seen is on sale right now, for a limited time, the Moto G, the Verizon Moto G, to be specific, going for just $49.99 over at Best Buy. That’s a $50 savings off the normal price.
Welcome to the Sunday Giveaway, the place where we giveaway a cool Android or tech gadget each and every Sunday. Last week’s winner of the Nexus 5 International giveaway is: Enache O. (Romania).... Congratulations Enache, enjoy your new Galaxy Nexus 5.
This week, we decided to giveaway what has unofficially been called “the best budget Android phone”, the Moto G.Moto G
If you want a phone to use on Verizon’s prepaid plans, the Moto G is a great option, and it gets even better when you can buy it for just $70 with free shipping from Amazon.
While many folks can get by with a single-SIM handset, there’s something to be said about the flexibility that is afforded to you when you have a dual SIM device. A dual-SIM setup allows you to... not only potentially have two different phone numbers but you can also have one SIM for data, another SIM for calling and text, you can more easily travel abroad without having to remove your primary S...
Without doubt, Motorola redefined what the term “low-end” means with the Moto G. Now Motorola is trying to redefine it yet again with the Moto E. But why?