It was a wild week, Android lovers, with some big news, intriguing rumors, and a little fun on the iPhone’s expense.
Android is by far the most popular mobile platform in the world so everything should be rosy right? We take a look at the growth of China and India, the profitability of the OEMs, and the threats to Google’s dominance.
A second image of Shamu has now hit the web, and while this image isn’t very clear compared to the last, it does show us the ‘about phone’ page.
Starting tomorrow, Verizon will offer the new Moto X both in-store and online. Motorola will also open access up to the Moto Maker, for those interested in customizing their handset.
A new image of what is allegedly the Motorola Shamu has now hit the net. The device is seen side-by-side the LG G3.
Best Buy is now selling a Stone Leather Moto 360, and interestingly enough, Motorola’s website seems to hint that this color replaces the original Gray Leather option.
New report confirms some of the specifications rumored for the Motorola Shamu and fills out new details about its appearance and features.
It is the dawn of a new Moto era, as Motorola has ended direct sales of the original Moto X (1st Gen.) from their website. Instead, the new Moto X (2nd Gen.) is all geared up and ready to start shipping soon.
In a new video that has hit the web, the Moto X (2014), HTC One M8, iPhone 6 and a few other devices are subject to the ‘bend test’.
Motorola’s Rick Osterloh predicts that the premium-tier, $600 – $700 USD smartphones are in danger of disappearing from the market altogether. Is he right?