A photo has been uploaded to the web, claiming to show off Motorola’s 2nd generation Moto G smartphone. The name, which is reportedly to be Moto G 2nd Generation, appears to have about the same body and design as the current Moto G (the frontside, at least), but according to the source, this device could feature a slight upgrade in specifications. (more…)
Just before Google I/O, we pointed out the fact that the majority of Google Play Edition devices on Google Play had become depleted of inventory, with only the One (M8) and Moto G showing as available for purchase. We weren’t sure what to make of it at the time, but as of today, Google has begun to wipe out devices that no longer have or haven’t had inventory for some time. (more…)
Motorola is updating the boot animation on its Moto devices this week – including the Moto X – to a World Cup theme. Since we have a solid month of soccer to celebrate, watch, and become temporary fans of (I kid, I kid), why not?
The update will come through a Motorola Boot Services update, so be on the lookout. (more…)
Listed at the cheapest price we have seen so far, customers can pick up a Moto G on Verizon’s pre-paid network for only $49.99 through Best Buy.
The device features a 4.5″ HD display, quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 5MP rear-facing camera, Bluetooth 4.0, 8GB of on-board storage, and runs Android 4.3 “Jelly Bean” with an update to Android 4.4 available. (more…)
The Moto G won’t blow you away with its specs, but it is a handy little device that features a 4.5″ HD display, quad-core processor clocked at 1.2GHz, 5MP rear camera, and comes running Android 4.3 with an update for Kit Kat also available. (more…)
Motorola fans in Mexico will not only get the new Moto E and Moto G 4G LTE, two phones that Motorola introduced yesterday, they are also getting an exclusive Ferrari Edition of the Moto G. If that sounds odd, it’s not. Motorola has partnered with Ferrari for years on phones, including one last year that the hypebeast train tried to lead everyone into believing was a DROID ULTRA or Moto X. (more…)
Who would have guessed that less than a year after Motorola gave us the Moto X, that we would have a whole family of “Moto” branded phones to compare. I sure didn’t picture it, yet that is exactly what we have. Thanks to last night’s unveiling of the Moto E, we now have three devices in total under the “Moto” name, the third being the previously announced Moto G. A fourth – the Moto 360 – will be here shortly.
Since we have three Moto devices, we decided to take a moment to compare them on camera. The differences here are subtle in some areas, then drastic in others. The Moto X, for example, has flagship features like Active Display and Touchless control, along with customizable options through MotoMaker. The Moto G and Moto E, on the other hand, have minimal software add-ons from Motorola and only swappable shells for customization. (more…)