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Just a day before Motorola, now a Google company, is set to launch the illustrious Moto X in New York City, a new feature has been unraveled, something that may upset some prospective buyers; the upcoming uber customizable Moto X will feature support only for nano SIMs, becoming the third ever smartphone to do so.
The Moto X has come a long way since it was first rumoured as the Motorola X Phone, at the time it was marked as the Jesus phone, the ultimate smartphone, but almost a year later, it’s old news. Leaks continue to heighten as the device is set to be officially launched tomorrow, August 1 in New York City. The Moto X will not only join the Apple iPhone 5 and ASUS PadFone Infinity to become the third smartphone ever to feature the technology, but it will also irritate some prospective buyer who had just gotten used to the idea of a micro SIM. The Moto X is also set to feature pixel oversampling in its camera, but instead of compressing 7 pixels into one like the Nokia Lumia 1020, it will compress 4 pixels into 1, which still isn’t that bad.
The Moto X is set to become the first ever mass produced smartphone that is made in the US and with its loads of customization options, it’s likely to become a hot product in the midrange sectors. As it’s likely to remain a US-only device, the rest of the world will have to settle for a Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini or HTC One Mini.
Just two days after Google officially announced the new Google Nexus 7, with a release date of July 31, the next tablet king has started shipping to Best Buy shoppers who have pre-ordered the device and also hit the shelves at the famed retailer, bringing the tablet to the eager masses who have already committed to acquiring the new Nexus tablet.
Google’s latest foray into the video streaming realm has taken a turn for the worse. The $35 Chromecast dongle, which included 3 months of free Netflix streaming, has suffered an overwhelming demand, which in turn has caused Google to end the promotion that included 3 months of free Netflix streaming, which may upset some.
The day of reckoning has arrived. Google today announced a wide array of new products, including the latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update, which has already started rolling out, as well as the new Google Nexus 7 and a new HDMI streaming dongle called the Chromecast. All and all, Google most definitely had a few surprises for us.
The original Google Nexus 7 gave Android-powered tablets the marketshare Microsoft could only dream of by combining a feature rich specsheet with a low price. With the new Google Nexus 7, Google and ASUS team up once again to see if they can further grow the Android tablet marketshare.
New Nexus 7? Oh yes, something that has been hiding in the distance for a while now, at least after Google I/O didn’t show off Google’s next iteration of its popular Nexus tablet. The Nexus 7 successor, dubbed the NEW Nexus 7, will supposedly launch next week, quite possibly at Google’s event on Wednesday, but that’s not all!
Everything just keeps on getting better, after several intriguing Motorola related leaks over the last few weeks, we have finally gotten a glimpse of the Motorola DROID family all together.
The Moto X is back, and by now taking the crown for the most overhyped device of this year. The Moto X which will supposedly have customization options second to none and has had some of its housings leak for all to see.
After months and months of rumors and leaks, Motorola has finally released the first advertisement/teaser for the Moto X, adding that “The first smartphone designed, engineered and assembled in the USA is coming.”
Google seems to be up to quite a bit if the Wall Street Journal is to be believed. Redesigning the Motorola logo and teaming up with OEMs isn’t all they’re up to and they are apparently preparing to go big.