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.
The upcoming Moto X is rumored to feature a Clear Pixel camera that would supposedly allow for better pictures in low light conditions. The description fits one technology in particular – RGBW sensors.
PRIP is now available for download from Google Play, providing users in the US with PTT connections to the existing 11 million subscribers in Mexico, Brazil and across Latin America.
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!
The purported press image of the Motorola Droid Ultra has hit the web ahead of the phone’s official announcement. Check it out!
This week, we’ve learned more details about the upcoming LG G2, Motorola teased the Moto X, the Galaxy S4 reached a sales milestone, HTC broke the hearts of One S users, and we got some interesting news about the Android 4.3.
An allegedly final image of the Motorola Droid Maxx surfaced online. The render shows that Motorola apparently used capacitive buttons, while keeping the design of Droid devices from last year.
This week, we’re debating the merits and drawbacks of phone customization, spurred by Motorola’s teasing of the upcoming Moto X. The Google subsidiary promised that the Moto X will be the first phone we’ll be able to design ourselves, though a leak revealed that the “designing” is just picking the colors and a custom engraving.
These are some cool Android phones coming in the next few months that we think you should know about before making a buying decision.
The Moto X is now expected to be officially announced on July 11, a new report indicates. Read on for more details!