You know how we first caught wind of a soak test on the horizon last week for the DROID Turbo 2 and wondered if it wasn’t Marshmallow? It may very well be. Owners of the DROID Turbo 2 Employee Edition (read: Verizon employees) started receiving a new the update over the week that weighs in as Android 6.0, software version 24.11.13. Yep, that’s Marshmallow alright. (more…)
Late this morning, Motorola began inviting owners of the DROID Turbo 2 to a soak test of an “early preview of a new software release.” Those are the only details at this time, but with the Moto X Pure Edition getting its Marshmallow update this week, you have to wonder if this isn’t a sign that the Turbo 2 is right behind it. (more…)
We have been running down the list of top devices from the year of 2015, and we are back again to deliver 5 reasons the Moto X Pure Edition is worth buying. If our official review did not already give you enough reasons, or you just didn’t take the time to read it due to length, then this post will provide an easily digestible list of great reasons you should consider purchasing this smartphone.
Thanks to a large QHD display, personalization options through Moto Maker, and a very attractive price for an unlocked device that works on any major US carrier, I would say there are not many reasons you shouldn’t be considering this phone.
Here are 5 reasons the Moto X Pure Edition is worth buying. (more…)
UPDATE 12/10: Verizon, this morning, told us that starting tomorrow, December 11, fans can create special Turbo 2 Star Wars edition phones using Moto Maker. Options will include “custom color palates, and backs based on the Poe Dameron, Rey, BB-8, a First Order Storm Trooper, and Kylo Ren characters.” Verizon will also launch an app to Google Play with exclusive wallpapers.
UPDATE: We now have pictures of the Star Wars editions below.
With Star Wars: The Force Awakens opening in days, it only makes sense that Verizon and Motorola would use their DROID licensing to its full potential. In the coming days, Verizon and Moto will launch DROID Turbo 2 “Star Wars Editions”with 5 Verizon-exclusive wallpapers. (more…)
Motorola caught a bunch of flack in October after they provided a list of devices that they planned to update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. They pissed people off because the list didn’t include the Moto X (2nd gen) on Verizon or AT&T, which was a phone a year old, or the Moto E (2nd gen), an even newer phone. Today, they brought some decent news surrounding the latter, though it still won’t please all. (more…)
Yesterday, we spread word of a soak test of Android 6.0 Marshmallow that had begun for the Moto X Pure Edition. Today, Motorola’s David Schuster confirmed that the test had started, but also shared some timeline info for non-soak testers. (more…)