Motorola is getting a lot of things right with its new Moto X. Firstly, the American company has crafted an amazing flagship smartphone, an improvement on the first model in every way. Secondly, the brand also seems to be getting pricing right this time, with the Moto X set to land soon with a very enticing on contract price.
Have Motorola and Sprint had a falling out? It has been revealed today the Motorola's new flagship, the Moto X, will not be available via Sprint, the third largest carrier in the United States. The handset went live through AT&T and T-Mobile today, with a Verizon variant due later in the month, but Sprint has been left out.
It seems the DROID line is going to get a new device, with Verizon preparing a new smartphone in the series to launch in October. The carrier's exclusive line of devices is due for a refresh as the 2013 models are starting to get a little long in the tooth. Apparently Big Red has been taking its time in developing this handset and could usher in some general changes for the DROID brand.
The Motorola Moto 360 is the best looking smartwatch, right? It has become a given, the round faced wearable offers a premium tinge to a market that has struggled to find its aesthetic feet. Sure, LG's G Watch R tries its best but falls short, but the 360 is the real deal. However, the 360 launched last week felt a little incomplete because it was rolled out with only the leather strap available.
Motorola launched its first mainstream wearable yesterday in the shapely form of the Moto 360 smartphone and immediately put the device on sale in the United States via Google Play, Best Buy, or Motorola's website. However, after less than a day on sale the device is sold out, and Motorola says availability will be limited for some time.
Motorola struck gold when it launched the Moto G back in 2013, the company delivered a smartphone that was affordable but wouldn't completely embarrass itself in Flagship Company. The original G brought very solid specs and a neat if uninspired design to the masses, the budget phone par excellence. Motorola has now launched the new Moto G, deciding not to change the name at all, but this is the 2014 Moto G, so what's new?
Motorola has been avoiding the hustle and bustle of IFA in Berlin and having a lower key launch of its new products in Chicago. During the event the American company unveiled its brand new flagship, a sequel to the well received and moderately successful Moto X. The handset ups the ante in terms of premium design and has solid specs to match, it is called the Moto X.
After months of waiting Motorola has finally raised the curtain on the Moto 360 smartwatch, arguably the most anticipated tech product of the year. Long before its launch today the 360 has taken its place as the most desirable smartwatch on the market, so now that we know about the device in detail, was it worth the wait and more importantly the fuss?
You may have been wondering why there was no news regarding Motorola today, with the company due to launch its Moto 360, Moto X+1, and Moto G2. The simple fact is, the American brand has decided to keep its Chicago event under wraps, keeping the press event private to those who attend the company's launch in Motorola headquarters
The Moto X+1 has leaked enough times now that when the handset is actually launched in three days' time we will already know most of the things there is to know about it. However, a new detailed shot of the Moto X+1 from TKNews throws up plenty of fresh information about the Motorola flagship and even raises a few new questions.