In light of the wave of leaks suggesting that the Moto X will feature lackluster internal components, this week we discuss the relationship that exists between hardware specifications and user experience.
According to Taylor Wimberly, users will get to choose the materials of the Moto X back plate. Plastic and wood are supposed to be available at launch, while more options should be offered in the future.
Another day, another Moto X leak. The device made a surprise appearance in the hands of a top Motorola executive, in a video shot through Glass by Robert Scoble.
With rumors suggesting that the Moto X could be priced anywhere from $300 to $650, we examine what would be a fair and realistic price for Motorola’s upcoming handset.
For some Google executives, Motorola is an insurance policy against the increasingly dominant Samsung, reports the WSJ citing people familiar to the matter.
To get the Moto X off the ground, Google is reportedly making available to Motorola up to $500 million for marketing and promotion.
Wondering what the new Motorola DROID line for Verizon will look like? Well, you don’t have to wait, because we’ve got a new picture of the phones.
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.