The Moto X is upon us, and rumors suggest it’s going to be a phone like no other before it. The latest batch of alleged inside info suggests the Moto X will feature standalone processors for natural language processing and contextual awareness.
A new report says that the Moto X will not be part of Verizon’s Droid family of Android handsets, and instead be sold under the new Moto X brand. Read on for new details!
A Motorola X Phone sounds delightful, but not if it’s just going to be some easily dismissed device. That rumor, though — the one about customization — haunted me.
Insiders told Phone Arena that Google subsidiary Motorola is preparing an ultra-budget device codenamed DFX. But why would Motorola waste resources developing such a device?
A photo of the Sprint Moto X phone (XT1056) has apparently made its way to the web, showing the device in testing. Check out the image in the rest of this post.
A couple of proposed ad campaigns for Motorola suggest a rebranding is on the way for the company, but also hint that the Moto X could be launched on August 1.
The Moto X phone is said to be the phone with which an image was taken, image that has been posted on a famed Twitter account. Check out the image here!
Some alleged Moto X specs have been posted on a Twitter account known for its previous mobile-related leaks, revealing that the handset could pack a dual-core processor, 10-megapixel camera and run Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
Dennis Woodside, the CEO of Motorola Mobility since its acquisition by Google last year, has declared war on high priced smartphones during the All Things D conference. Will execs at Samsung start shaking in their boots? Should the folks at Apple should also be sweating?
We look at back at this week in Android – the white Nexus 4, Moto X, the HTC One Google Edition and more.