Google, Amazon, and Best Buy all recently dropped the Nexus 6 by $150 to $499. We don’t know if that price drop is temporary or not, but Motorola seems to be on board with the deal. From today through June 23, you can buy the Nexus 6 in 32GB or 64GB at $150 off. You can even finance the discounted phone for 12 months if you don’t want to pay for it all up front.
The Nexus 6 may be a whale, but it’s a whale that is controlled by Google. In other words, you can never go wrong with a Nexus. Here is our Nexus 6 review from a few months back.
According to a tweet sent out yesterday from Motorola’s official Twitter account, in response to a question about the availability of the Android 5.1.1 update for the Moto 360, the company states that the update is “not quite there yet.”
To elaborate, it seems performance of the device has been somewhat impaired after receiving the update, leading Motorola to work closely with Google on getting the issue fixed up before it is sent to all device owners. (more…)
For a limited time, 3 days to be exact, Best Buy is hosting a Gifts for Grads sale through its website. During this promotion period, customers can grab a brand new Moto X (2nd Gen) 16GB off-contract for just $299 on either AT&T or Verizon.
For folks who would buy this device directly from the carrier, that’s about $150 in savings. (more…)
This morning, Motorola announced a new Quick Charge 2.0 product to their line-up that helps you turbo charge on the go in your car, the TurboPower 15 Car Charger. Like their Turbo Charger, you can technically receive up to 8 hours of battery juice in just 15 minutes time with the TurboPower 15 Car Charger. (more…)
Sad day for Atrix HD owners on AT&T, as Motorola confirmed today that the company shall not be delivering a Kit Kat update to the device, instead, leaving it to fade into the history books on Jelly Bean. The last timeframe publicly made by Motorola for the update to roll out was for Q3 of 2014, and as you may have noticed recently, it’s now June of 2015. (more…)
A soak test for Verizon’s Moto X (1st gen) is about to begin, likely in preparation for the phone’s update to Android 5.1 Lollipop. Invites for the test arrived in the inboxes of a handful of our readers, but I should point out that the emails don’t seem to specifically mention Lollipop. With that said, what else could it be at this point? The phone is due for some sweetness. (more…)
According to a whole flock of DL readers who own the Moto X (2nd gen) “Pure Edition,” an update to Android 5.1 is rolling out as software version 23.11.14 in the US. This is big news, as Motorola had previously only announced that the update was rolling out in Brazil, with US devices set to receive it later on. (more…)
We are still under the impression that Motorola is going to announce a new Moto 360 in the very near future, thanks to a Bluetooth SIG listing that showed up a couple of weeks ago. The original Moto 360 went on sale within weeks of stopping off at the Bluetooth verification service last year. (more…)