The Moto 360 has gone on sale in the UK today. To celebrate, Motorola is also temporarily dropping the price of its new Moto X to £360.
Motorola has already committed to bringing Android 5.0 Lollipop to most of its devices, this new update tracker shows which exact devices, and will eventually show when the update will arrive.
Sources are suggesting that the Motorola Droid Turbo smartphone is set to go on sale on October 30th, just two days after its launch event.
As dust began to settle around the Nexus 6, Nexus 9, and Lollipop, this week allowed us to step back and take everything in. We didn’t get any major hardware news, but Google made it up on the software side!
With the Nexus 6 pre-orders opening up on October 29th, we see a device closely resembling the Nexus 6 pass through the FCC.
What does the Nexus 6 bring to the table when compared to its predecessor? Let’s find out, as we examine some of the differences between the Nexus 6 and Nexus 5!
This week was the closest thing to Christmas we have in the Android World. After a long, long summer, Google finally gave Android L a name (hello, Lollipop!) and launched the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9. Packing new features and a beautiful design language, Lollipop is coming from early November to Nexus devices and the rest of the ecosystem. Meanwhile, the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 impressed with top specifications, though our enthusiasm was dampened by their stingy price tags. The surprise of the event was Nexus Player, an Android TV box made by Asus. While our eyes were firmly on Mountain View, we also got some news on the powerful Droid Turbo and Sony’s US-bound Xperias.
This weekend only, get the new Moto X (2014) for just $49 with a Verizon contract through the Motorola Moto Maker website. An awesome price for an awesome phone, but is it enough to commit to a two-year contract?
For a lot of potential customers eagerly awaiting the Nexus 6 unveil, the fact that flagship specs have been matched by a premium price tag is cause for consternation. Has Google priced its new smartphone too high?
Motorola has now revealed its plans for Android 5.0 Lollipop, committing to all generation of the Moto G and Moto X, as well as several Droids, Moto E and more.