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Motorola is cooking two new versions of the Motorola Moto G which will be called the Moto G LTE and the Moto G Ferrari version.As its name suggests, the Moto G LTE will have LTE connectivity – a feature that’s missing from the original Moto G.
The Moto G in speculation – The Moto G LTE will come with a baseline 16GB memory with the internals of the Moto G that will be strikingly similar. But what’s the buzz about the Ferrari handset? Well we know less about it at the moment but we have Motorola team up with Ferrari to introduce a few handsets in the past. From it’s name though we expect a red variant with a slightly premium build of the Moto G.
We will post an update once the pricing is made available.
Months later, Moto adds the wooden option in the Moto Maker and that too received positive feedback! Motorola refuses to stop there, even in this day and age when hardware seems to become stale and obsolete within a quarter of a year, Motorola is moving aggressively ahead with it’s Moto X, today they announced a bunch of new customization options.
These new color choices are presented as part of the Moto X “College Collection,” specifically chosen to allow college students (as well as alumni or anyone else looking to show support) to outfit their Moto X designs in their school’s colors. Motorola is even partnering with a case company to offer clear cases that add the school’s logo (at extra cost), complementing your color scheme.
Google just announced that it will be hosting it’s first developer conference for the Project Ara soon on April 15-16, this would mark the start of an entire different league of smarphones that are highly upgradeable.
According to Google’s official Ara page, their goal with Ara is to ultimately make modern smartphone technology more accessible for the masses. Google’s Ara Project head Paul Eremenko has said it that to encourage a new trend of smartphones, the Ara could come to the market for as low as $50!
There’s a trick under the sleeve though, since it’s easily upgradeable, the $50 price tag would give the most basic version. We also know that the Ara would come in three sizes : mini, medium,jumbo. Are you interested in this smartphone?
Both 8GB and 16GB versions are being mentioned and the prices for these will be 12,499INR and 13,999INR (around $200 and $224) respectively, which is not too far off of from Motorola’s international pricing. With specs like an HD IPS screen, A quad-core processor and a 5 MP camera, the MOTO G is by far the most bang for the buck smartphone, and at this price it is definitely a steal!
The sad state of events, Google bought Motorola for $12.5 Billion back in 2011 and ever since, even with a moderately successful Moto X and the recent Moto G, the company has been bleeding a lot of money ever since it’s Google acquisition. Strictly financially speaking, Google is likely walking away with a loss from the entire affair. However, the company will get to keep most patents and a license for the patents that are going to Lenovo, nice move Google.
Would you Like a Lenovo G, although we do know how bad that sounds!
This is the moment almost everyone in India who was drooling over the Moto G waited for! Motorola’s official account has tweeted that the company is all set to announce the Moto G, for India on February 5.
The Moto G sports a 4.5 inch HD panel covered in Gorilla Glass 3, no less, a Snapdragon 400 SoC featuring a quad-core A7 processor clocked at 1.19Ghz and Adreno 305 GPU, 1GB RAM and 8 or 16 GB of storage without any expansion slot. These coupled with a 5MP rear camera and a decent enough front camera makes the Moto G a steal!
Are you excited for this absolute Bang for the buck phone!?
If it wasn’t for the company to take people by storm by offering remarkable specs in a neat package at $179, here comes the big news : $100, off-contract!
Rumours backed up by almost obvious photos suggest that Verizon has decided to offer the smartphone at $100 off any contract on prepaid accounts.The news comes from Google+ user Josue Joseph who apparently works at Best Buy and posted the image above simply saying: “Look at what just arrived!!”.
While Verizon is officially yet to confirm any such plans, would you like to have one at this crazy price?
While no specifications about the product are given in the patent, what the company seems to be describing in this patent application is a smartwatch that would have a flexible display and a flexible chassis.
Google has teased a lot of designs about how a smart wearable watch would connect with Android and it’s device manager. Although none of the companies have come out with a product, it now seems like we finally might have a product next year.
After PhoneBloks went viral, Google and Motorola came out with Project Ara to make the PhoneBloks concept a reality by tying up with different hardware partners. It also showed how much Google was dead serious about customization.
This Project today saw itself achieve a radical manufacturing partner – 3D Systems. Today, the two companies have announced a multi-year deal that’ll see 3D Systems building what Motorola calls “the factory of the future,” and providing a complete end-to-end fabrication process for ‘Project Ara.’ This would mean that 3D Systems is responsible creating new “multi-material printing capabilities including conductive and functional materials” to build these modules (e.g., chassis, battery, etc.)
2014 could just see a Prototype of Project Ara, would you not buy yourself a future proof phone?
Eagerly waiting for the latest Android update to arrive on your smartphone? We could help you out here by stating some numbers that suggest when we can expect the latest updates for some phones that made it big this year.
Google has made some huge changes and improvements under the hood with 4.4 KitKat with a smoother OS capable for running even on devices with 512MB of RAM. This means more work for OEMs rebuilding new ROMs for their devices. Here below is a timeline as stated by Manufacturers stating when they intend to roll-out updates.
- HTC One (including carrier models) – By end-January
- HTC One mini – Within 90 days
- HTC One max – Within 90 days
- HTC One Google Play Edition – Within 15 days
- HTC Droid DNA – by end of Q1
Motorola (no timeframes yet)
- DROID Ultra
- DROID Maxx
- DROID Mini
- DROID RAZR M (including Dev Edition)
- DROID RAZR HD (including Dev Edition)
- DROID RAZR MAXX HD
- Atrix HD
- Electrify M
- Moto X – “weeks” after Nov 13th announcement (*Verizon Moto X – Update is now available)
- Moto G - will launch in the U.S. with Android 4.4 on board
- Nexus 4 – *Update is now available
- Nexus 7 – “Coming weeks”
- Nexus 10 – “Coming weeks”
- Galaxy S4 Google Play Edition – “Coming weeks”Sony
- Sony Xperia Z1 / Z Ultra – end of January / early February (*rumor)