When Project Fi was first launched, the most affordable handset that was supported on the network was the Nexus 5X, but given that the phone has since been listed as out of stock, this leaves customers with only the Pixel handsets, which isn’t exactly what many would consider to be an affordable device.
Last year instead of launching the Moto X, Motorola decided to announce a new lineup of smartphones in the form of the Moto Z family. The company has since assured their customers that the Moto X lineup isn’t going anywhere, and we could soon be hearing some kind of announcement.
We have been hearing rumors of a new Moto X for a while now, with an alleged photo of the handset popping up last year. Earlier this month a render also made its way online which appeared to be in line with what we saw from before. Now thanks to new photos that have found their way online, we are getting a pretty good idea of what to expect.
Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen several leaks and reports concerning the new Moto X handset that’s believed to be in the pipeline. It’s being referred to as the Moto X (2017) currently though it’s not known for sure whether that’s going to be the official name of this handset if and when it comes out. A new report brings us some specifications and a render of this handset.The […]
Ever since Motorola launched the Moto Z series of phones, many are wondering what has become of the Moto X. Now Motorola has since reassured their customers that the Moto Z will not be replacing the Moto X, and now thanks to the folks at Android Police, photos of the alleged 2017 Moto X have surfaced.
If you were hoping to receive the Android 7.0 Nougat update for the Moto X lineup, you might be interested to learn that over in Germany, the update appears to have been delayed. This is according to tweets sent out by Motorola Germany who confirmed that the update for the Moto X Style, Moto X Play, Moto X Pure and Moto X Force will be delayed.
With the announcement of the Moto Z handsets earlier this year, many were wondering what would become of the Moto X series. Before the Moto Z was launched, the Moto X was Motorola’s flagship lineup, so with the Moto Z being the new flagship, it makes sense that users are curious about the fate of the Moto X family.
Ever since the Moto Z handsets were announced, many had wondered if they would be replacing the Moto X lineup. Motorola has reassured us that they won’t, but given the lack of any Moto X announcements, we have to say that we are a tad skeptical. However it looks like some evidence has surfaced to suggest otherwise.
The Moto X lineup has typically represented Motorola’s flagship handsets, at least for the past few years or so. The Moto G represented a more mid-range offering, while the Moto E was aimed at entry-level users who did not want to spend too much money. However this year instead of the Moto X, we were treated to the Moto Z (and Moto Z Force).
When a particular smartphone or device for that matter is about to hit the market, you can be pretty darned sure that there will be plenty of advanced leaks and the like, ranging from photos to other kinds of information of the upcoming device. Motorola’s Moto X 2016 is also no exempt, as we hear the latest whispers on the grapevine that it will feature a Shattershield AMOLED display.
One of the new hardware features that Apple introduced with the iPad Pro is the Smart Connector. This allows the device to connect to other accessories that does not rely on the Lightning connector, but last we heard, the iPhone 7 might not be packing the feature. Now as it turns out, Motorola’s upcoming Moto X handsets might.
Every year without fail, Motorola has launched a new Moto X handset. We were treated to new Moto X handsets last year meaning that come 2016, we should be able to expect a new model as well. Now thanks to a photo obtained by hellomotoHK, we could be having our very first glimpse at 2016’s model.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are the company’s latest smartphones and are packed with the latest technology, meaning that on paper, it should very well blow the competition out of the water. A recent video uploaded onto YouTube by Jerome Ortega decided to pit the handset against several other devices to see just how well it would perform.
Google first released the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for its Nexus devices nearly two months back, third-party OEMs have not nearly been as fast, since most of them are still putting their own touches to the update before they send it out. Motorola is once again proving to be one of the very few OEMs who are the first to send out a major Android update that Google has already […]