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Setting New Standards: Moto E Review

Mid-range smartphones rarely please or attract avid smartphone geeks, as they’re often bundled with compromises and offer little (if any) innovation. Motorola and its Moto G came to reverse this trend with stellar performance for a low-cost price-tag, a clean design and a near-vanilla Android UI. Motorola did it again. The Moto E is an entry-level smartphone for the masses: mid-range performance for a price tag that everyone can afford. Design ...
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Wearable Tech Can Be Gorgeous: Moto 360

Wearable Tech watches trend is on the rise lately. But so far, most of them (more like all of them) is not a true joy to wear, since they are quite obvious and flashy. Not anymore. Motorola hit a finesse shot with the freshly announced Moto 360. The Moto 360 is an extremely elegant and refined smartwatch which aims at keeping you on time and up to date, with a promise not to take you out of the moment nor distract you, telling you what you need ...
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Motorola Hops Onboard Wearables Train, Saying Competitors Products Are “Ugly”

Motorola, which is being acquired from Google by China’s Lenovo, is clambering on board the industry’s primary bandwagon with plans to launch a wearable device later this year, branding existing rivals as “ugly”. Speaking at a press conference, Rick Osterloh, SVP product  management, indicated there was a gap in the market for a more aesthetic product. “There are some real user problems [with existing product], such as there is no wearable ...
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Motorola’s Moto G And What It Truly Means

Google now has two swords. Two sabres to fight in the smartphone arena. Two weapons of its own. The Nexus brand in one hand, and Motorola in the other. Unfortunately, both of them have not yet been truly deployed worldwide, with priority given to the U.S. market. But things will change. And they will change fast. The Nexus 5 is already much more accessible than its predecessors, since it was found in our Middle-Eastern markets barely a couple of weeks ...
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How the Moto X Might Change the Smartphone World

Following months of enflamed speculations and rumours, Google has finally unveiled the Moto X “superphone”. As expected, Motorola's Moto X is not an ultra high-end Android smartphone intended to go head-to-head with the top phones from Samsung, HTC, LG and Sony. Rather, it’s a thoughtful and friendly mid-range smartphone that will appeal to the masses. Appeal to the masses? Aren't there already too many smartphone models to fit everyone's ...
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Exit Google Nexus, Enter XPhone?

Nexus phones have always been the ultimate Android devices to look up to. Android hardcore adopters reach psycho-climax whenever a new Nexus is announced and released. However, things are apparently heading towards a bit of a change. According to this Wall Street Journal Report, Android is working on the "X" phone. Exactly our thoughts: Google acquired Motorola for obvious patents concerns, but we were absolutely sure that something BIG was coming, ...
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