Things aren’t looking very positive at Samsung right now, but who are the players responsible? Is the rise of LG, Xiaomi, and Lenovo, not to mention Apple’s continued success, actually dragging Samsung down?
Pictures show up for the Moto Maxx, the DROID Turbo for non-U.S. markets
It was another interesting week in the world of Android, with cool new devices, software updates, and a slew of financial news revealing the latest trends in the industry. Samsung announced quarterly results that were just as bad as forecasted, OnePlus put up its flagship killer on pre-order, Amazon launched a Chromecast competitor, Motorola introduced the powerful Droid Turbo, Oppo launched the N3 and the amazingly thing R5, Nexus 6 went up for pre-order (and went down just as quickly), the Galaxy A series finally went official, and Google continued to materialize its apps.Welcome to Android Authority this week.
Moto X (2014) in leather going for $0 on contract, bamboo for $20
Google and Lenovo announced today that the $2.9 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility has been completed. Starting today, Motorola, the pioneer of mobile phones and one of the most iconic brands in consumer electronics, is a fully owned subsidiary of Lenovo.
Nexus 6 is now available for pre-order in the Play Store, ships from November 21