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Motorola has recently gained an awesome track records of keeping Android much minimalist and stock in nature with the modifications coming in as pre-installed Moto apps only. Motorola here is differentiating their Moto X and their approach and for them “Pure” is something that best defines what they do.
Motorola’s website is stuck on “coming soon” for the handset, though the company has previously said it would be out before the end of September.
The Apple Watch has been the buzzword this week. In case you thought your cool Android Wear watch wasn’t good enough and yu wanted it to look like Apple Watch’s Universe layout then here is something for you.
The guys from UhrArt have posted a couple watchfaces that will give any Android Wear device the soon-to-go-popular look of the Apple Watch, with the dark background, small icons and all. These watchfaces have been made to be energy efficient as well. The same can be downloaded from the developer’s website.
Customization has always been Android’s USP and this takes all that to the next level.
We saw a bunch of awesome devices last week at IFA and Motorola put up quite a show with their new Moto X and Moto G. Motorola has now decided that it is making it easier to swap in your old phone for a new one.
Trading in your device after purchasing a Moto X or Moto G may get you a Motorola Visa Prepaid Card of up to $300. All you got to do is purchase a Moto X or a Moto G and send your old phone back before 30 days and you get a Visa Prepaid Card in mail shortly.
This is only applicable on Moto Maker purchases. So if want a new Moto, go ahead and click the link below.
The Moto G now comes with a 5″ 720p IPS display with a Quad-Core Snapdragon 400 and 1 GB of RAM. The screen is flanked by a duo of stereo speakers, which add a massive dash of appeal to the device, and help set it apart from its competitors. The camera of the new Moto G is an 8MP f/2.0 unit, coupled with a 2MP front-facing snapper. Users can use the volume rocker to activate the camera shutter.
The Motorola KitKat 4.4.4 and a 2070 mAh battery.
The Moto X is the company’s brand new flagship with a host of customization options and the the best specs packed behind a screen that measures 5.2 inches. It is powered by a Snapdragon 801 paired with 2GB of RAM and a 13MP camera. The battery however is still a mere 2300mAh. The latest Moto X boots stock Android 4.4.4, garnished with a few exclusive Motorola additions.
So Motorola has just started sending out press invites for an even they have held on September 4 and by the looks of it, it is definitely not the most secretive invite we have ever seen.
We are going to witness the launch of the Moto 360 smartwatch which will be one of the biggest announcements of this year when it comes to wearables. There is also a clear mention of the Moto X+1 and the Moto G2 – the successors to last years Moto X and Moto G. In addition there are hints of a Bluetooth accessory that is going to be announced at the event.
Stay tuned we’ll be bringing to you all the action as and when it happens.
Motorola has spread the word that we should be expecting the successor to the Moto X sometime in late summer. This date is close enough since summer ends on September 22. This could also mean that the launch could be before September 25. Verizon is definitely going to have it, but other some other carriers too.
The Moto X+1 is expected to come with a Snapdragon 801 and 2GB of RAM.
Punit Soni, Motorola’s VP of Product Management, has confirmed over Google+ that the Motorola Moto X will be getting the latest Android L release. The Moto X has turned a year old but it doesn’t seem to be outdated just yet, although there is a revised hardware lined up to release soon, Moto has assured that the X owners need not worry about anything.
However, we do not have an estimate yet but Motorola’s reputation of delivering quick updates makes us trust them over this.
This is the closest we have ever been to seeing a final unit. This phone looks like it has the Moto X dna but things are much different now. We have what looks like a front facing speaker at the bottom. The wooden finish looks much more natural and premium. We can also see the dual-flash design that houses two flash lights on the perimeter of the camera.
Around the sides we see that this phone isn’t plastic, it has a metal body or a re-inforced metal frame along the sides which looks classy wih antenna cutouts. It seems that by the end of summer, we may have this phone out in in the market.
The Moto 360 may still be a month away but these rumors are strong, and on the customization front we could be seeing different straps and colors and materials that could be selected – each coming in at a different price point. The sources also claim that along with the Moto 360, we would also be witnessing the launch of the Moto X+1 – the successor to the Moto X.
Are you excited for this super sexy circular watch? Would you like to customize it to your liking?
Motorola has just announced an offer that is not just hard to believe, but hard to not lay your hands on. Not only can you get the device for two weeks, you can customize it to your liking without paying an extra dime. The offer is valid only on Monday, June 9 on the unlocked, contract-free model, until stocks last.
Head over to the Motorola website for more details.