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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.
With their latest entrant Moto E, things do not change, infact Motorola has announced that it will be rolling out the latest Android 4.4.3 KitKat update to the Moto X, Moto G and the Moto E. Moto X customers of T-Mobile shall be getting it first followed by Moto G in the US and Brazil.
The Moto X gets additional camera fixes and improvements for both pictures and videos. The Moto G gets only some of those improvements and the Moto E gets only the stock Android bug fixes.
So Motorola is planning to play all out on the same mantra, give the best possible hardware at the most affordable and competitive price-point. Motorola Moto E, rumored to be the successor to the Moto G would reach a new height(0r a new low really) with it’s ultra affordable pricing.
The rumored specifications of the device are a 4.3inch sub 720p screen, a dual-core snapdragon processor with 1 GB of RAM and a 5 MP camera, all with a good enough Moto build and for $105, unlocked! Crazy, right? Would you like to buy a phone like that?!
The Motorola Moto X was a device totally in a class of it’s own which extended options to personalize and customize your device to a whole new level.
This time around, we have news that Motorola is already working on their revision, the purported Moto X+1 and this time around, their customization options also level up! You have the choice to pimp your phone’s back in red, grey, black, or blue leather. The image shows an entire gamut of color options that Motorola is planning to bring and we must say the list is more than impressive.
What color would you be choosing if given an option?
The Moto X was released 8 months back, but the very fact that people still talk about it and it is still selling like hot cakes is enough to showcase that Motorola was successful by taking the alternative path in the specs war.
A new leak that surfaced over the weekend suggests that Motorola is already working on the next iteration that is dubbed as the ‘Moto X+1′. @evleaks has posted the below image on twitter, however the ‘+1′ makes us think is it just an incremental update like the HTC One X/X+ or much more than that.
Eitherways, we have a feeling that this summer, finally a device would surface that is an update to something that is already so good!
It was just last week when we heard the news that Google was going all the way and trying to mandate the “Powered By Android” logo to all OEMs for their boot screens and it seems that it is not just another April Fools’ hoax, the Moto X has just got one via an update.
Is Motorola doing this to be an early adopter of the idea or is there is something more behind the scenes? But it seems, for now that we are to see this coming on many more devices in the near future!
Flipkart will be selling the Moto X in five colors in India, with the woven black and woven white options available starting today and the rest, including red, royal blue and turquoise, will be arriving later. The phone will only be offered in 16GB capacity and is priced at INR 23,999 ($393).
Moto X is the companys effort to lure customers based on exceptional software rather than hardware figures.The device has a 4.7-inch HD screen, 1.7GHz dual-core processor, 10MP camera and 2GB RAM. Motorola and Flipkart are highly promoting the touchless controls as a way to get that edge of uniqueness in the market.
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With this announcement the wearable tech zone just got heated up and now, various hardware manufacturers are coming out of the woodwork to announce their own plans to create wearable devices. LG is the first one with their LG G Watch which is apparently tipped to release next quarter. LG also said it was “developed in close collaboration with Google,” but stopped short of dubbing it a “Nexus” device.
Next in line is Motorola :
The company too announced it’s smartwatch called the Moto 360, Motorola said that “all the core components are technically brand new,” and we do agree the first glimpse that the video shows us does look quite appealing and quite Apple like with choice of materials.
There is no question that this is probably one of the biggest announcements in tech for upcoming devices this year!