Android 5.1 Lollipop has started rolling out to Moto X (2013) owners in Brazil. If all goes well, it’s only a matter of time before the update reaches other markets.
The Moto E (2015) with faster 4G/LTE data connectivity has now gone on sale in India, through Flipkart, for Rs. 7,999.
Right now you can get the Moto X Developer Edition unlocked and ready to go for just $149.99 in your choice of black or white via Ebay.
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The Moto 360 is now available for just $165 from the Google Store, ahead of a possible second generation Motorola smartwatch release.
Best Buy is now offering the Moto 360 for $100 off when you buy any Android phone, including prepaid devices!
Right now Amazon is offering up the Moto 360 champagne gold with an 18mm band for just $277.52, down for its normal price of around $330.
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From now until April 14th, when you buy an unlocked Moto X (2014), you’ll get a free Moto Hint — a value of $49.
Motorola’s David Schuster has just explained in a Google+ post that the Moto X (1st Gen), Moto E (1st Gen) and Moto G with LTE (1st Gen) will all make the jump straight from KitKat to Android 5.1 Lollipop.