In this battle of affordable smartphones, we find out how the Moto E stacks up against its larger sibling, the Moto G.
This week in your world of Android: Motorola introduced the amazingly cheap Moto E, the hotly anticipated G3 broke cover, LG teased more G Pads, Samsung put a launch date on the Tab S, HTC revealed the beautiful One Mini 2, and we learned the possible launch date of the Android Silver program.
In a joint statement this afternoon, Motorola Mobility, which is still owned by Google, and Apple have asked the federal appeals court in Washington to dismiss open patent lawsuits against each other. This puts an end to disputes that go back as far as 2010, but does not include any cross licensing deals.
Motorola is very confident about the Moto 360 and believes all other smartwatches are “crappy”. Would you agree with them?
Interested in picking up either the Moto E or the new Moto G 4G LTE? Both handsets are now available on Amazon, though the latter of these phones won’t ship until June 3rd.
Motorola is gearing up to introduce a special Ferrari Edition of the popular Moto G. The device, featuring a Kevlar back and prominent Ferrari branding, will initially launch in Mexico.
The Motorola Droid Ultra is the middle phone of the trio of Verizon Droid smartphones that were released last year. The Droid Ultra features specifications that are quite similar to the Droid MAXX, but without the massive battery and wireless charging capabilities, but if you’re okay without these features, the Ultra is significantly cheaper as well. We’ve already taken a look at some great accessories for the Motorola Droid Ultra, and here, we’ll be concentrating on one type of accessory in particular – cases. Be it for style, convenience, functionality, and of course, protection, below is a list of some…
The Moto E is no super phone and its $129 price can attest to that, but is it worth the little money it does cost? Check out our hands-on and see.
The Moto E is Motorola’s phone that’s “priced for all” and “made to last”. Starting at $99, this solid 4.3-inch device sure looks to fit the description, but what shortcomings will you have to accept for that low price tag?
Minutes ago at a press event in London, Motorola announced the launch of a microSD and LTE-equipped version of its popular Moto G mid-ranger.