Lenovo CEO Yang Yuanqing has revealed that the company is planning to launch tablets under the recently acquired Motorola brand name.
The countdown to the launch of the Droid Turbo is on – literally. The Droid Turbo is set to launch two weeks from now, on October 28, at 12PM EST.
Another busy week in the world of Android: our Nexus fever reached new highs thanks to new reports about Google’s upcoming devices, Samsung shared some bad news, Motorola’s Droid Turbo stopped being a secret, HTC launched its selfie-focused Desire Eye and RE Camera, Lenovo surprised us with its quirky new Yoga tablets, and Google released big updates to several of its Android apps.
Droid Landing, the account that Verizon only uses to promote incoming launches of new Droid devices, tweeted a few minutes ago a beautiful, hi-res image of the red version of the Droid Turbo.
An update to Motorola’s camera app allows Android Wear smartwatches to function as a remote shutter control for your Motorola smartphone’s camera.
A newly leaked image of what may be the Droid Turbo’s battery indicates the phone will offer a 3,900 mAh battery.
The Droid Turbo has yet to be officially announced but the full leak of its user manual gives us confirmation that the phone is indeed more than just rumor.
A new Motorola device recently stopped by the FCC. Judging by the documentation, it is likely not the Nexus 6 or the Droid Turbo.
The unlocked version of the new Moto G (2014) is now available for purchase through Best Buy. Expect the same price as the Motorola website for the same 8GB model with 3G connectivity, you’ll just be able pick up the Black version in store.
Join us as we take a look at what we think we know about the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9, based on all the rumors and leaks that we have seen up until now.