Yesterday we brought you news of the newest Nexus handset that is being built by Motorola. 9to5Google acquired plenty of details about the handset and even built a mock-up of the device from what they knew. Of course, it was not 100% whether the mock-up was the finished article, but today there seems to be some clearer confirmation.
Motorola's Moto 360 Android Wear smartwatch has only been on the market for a few weeks, but the company is already tweaking it to make sure the users get the best experience possible. The company has rolled out a new update today that carries the build number KGW42R and is available to download now.
The Moto X is now even more of a sold flagship proposition than it was last year, and the 2014 model could arguably standalone without the Moto Maker feature. However, having the pre-purchase customization tool on board is hardly a bad thing and new devices purchased using Moto Maker are now shipping to consumers.
Verizon and Motorola's new DROID device is set to land next months and as we said last week, there will only be one handset and it will once again be based off the new Moto X, Motorola's flagship device. Thanks to HelloMoto UK, we now have an idea what the name of the smartphone will be, with the tipster saying the new DROID will be called the DROID Turbo.
The Moto X 2013 may have just been replaced by a new 2014 edition, but users of the first version will get support for a while yet. AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon have already updated their Moto X variants to the latest version of Android, the 4.4.4 build. However, T-Mobile has so far been absent, but the Uncarrier has today changed that by finally issuing its Moto X with the bump, although the actual update is coming directly from Motorola in this instance.
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.