We look at back at this week in Android – the white Nexus 4, Moto X, the HTC One Google Edition and more.
This week on Android Authority On Air, we talked about one of the most important rumors to become official in a while, the Motorola X Phone.
While we don’t know a whole lot about the device, Motorola issued a press release shortly after the D11 talk to make it official. Are you excited for the new Motorola device?
The Moto X phone will be launched at some point this summer according to Motorola, but an actual release date is not given.
Motorola officials have unexpectedly confirmed the Google X Phone –apparently called Moto X – during a D11 interview. Read on for more details!
Another Motorola X-Phone variant, model XT1060 has pass through the FCC recently. The Model XT1060 version sports CDMA frequencies, LTE Band 4, Band 13 and GSM capabilities. We know that the XT1060 is the Verizon Wireless variant because radio frequencies 850 MHz and 1900 MHz just happen to be used by Verizon Wireless for CDMA capabilities, LTE Band 13 is be used by Verizon, and they have future plans for Band 4.
This week on Android Authority On Air we covered the latest and great Android ecosystem rumors to hit the web since Google IO last week. Will we see Android 4.3 announced and a few new devices... come June 10th? We’re not sure but, a white Nexus 4 has been spotted again and a new, Google branded media player pass through the FCC.
During IO13, a few Google apps were updated with the...
The Motorola XT1058, aka the X Phone, has shown up on GFX Benchmark with a 1.7GHz processor and 720p display. What really stands out is the graphics tests, which shows the XT1058 achieving higher FPS than the HTC One and Galaxy S4.
The Motorola XT1058 has hit the FCC, but is it the Google X Phone, or is it a different AT&T-bound Motorola handset? Read on, as we try to fit different pieces of the puzzle.
A new set of Google X Phone rumors have hit the web, with one providing certain details about the handset and with another one suggesting Google is backing away from the project.