It appears that Motorola has a full year ahead, that is in terms of smartphone releases -- well at least according to tipster extraordinaire Evan Blass. The famous leaker has recently got hold of an image that portrays a presentation showing Lenovo’s smartphone plans for the rest of 2017. Based on the leaked picture, it appears that the Chinese tech giant is readying to launch at least nine handsets in the next few months.
This week, Motorola officially announced the Moto G5 and the Moto G5 Plus. Both of these devices come in sleek metal and glass design, which sees Motorola depart from the mostly plastic design of past Moto offerings. And while the bigger Moto G5 Plus has a non-removable battery, the smaller Moto G5’s can be removed.
Motorola has announced via a post in its official blog site that the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus smartphones will be released in the United States mobile market by next month and they will be universally unlocked versions, which means that for users who purchase any of these devices, they will enjoy more flexibility i
Back in 2014, Chinese tech giant Lenovo had completed its acquisition of Motorola, and fast forwarding to a couple of years, Motorola seems to be doing okay, or at least that is what Rick Osterloh, president of the company, is trying to convey to the world. Thus, Osterloh is reassuring everybody that they can expect more Moto E and Moto G mobile devices in the future, and also more Lenovo handsets.
Just as Samsung is teasing its upcoming unveiling of its Galaxy Note 5 handset (and possibly a new Galaxy S6 Edge Plus device as well), Motorola has announced a trio of new smartphones -- the Moto G, the
Motorola accidentally leaked the Moto G Maker page to its official website just recently. For those not in the know, the Moto Maker is a tool by the American mobile manufacturer that is designed to let buyers of Motorola handsets customize how exactly they they want their devices to look like when delivered to them. As for the Moto G Maker tool, customers can use it to select options for colors, finish, and even internal storage capacity of the Moto G smartphone.
TextNow Wireless is offering the revamped Motorola Moto G smartphone for only $14.99, although one may have to add about $9 for shipping. To be clear about it, $14.99 is not the subsidized price of the smartphone in exchange for entering into a two-year agreement. $14.99 is the amount you pay to own the handset right there and then.
Motorola has confirmed that the unlocked United States model of the Moto G smartphone is getting updated to Android 4.4.4. To be specific, the Moto G version being referred to in this report is the XT1032 model, aka the Original Moto G, which is the most widely available 3G-only variant of the device in international markets. Apart from getting the Android KitKat update, American users can also expect to receive new features, improvements, and of course, bug fixes to their Moto G handsets. Users of the device who are based in the United Kingdom actually have already gotten their updates last July earlier this year. But it is only at this time that the update is available for Moto G users living across the Atlantic Ocean.
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