Posts Tagged ‘Moto X’

When Google, sorry, Motorola announced the Moto X, the smartphone maker lauded its software enhancements almost as much as some of the people who got to play with it did. Active Notifications were perhaps top of the list of new software features that caught our attention, but the Moto X’s touchless controls were probably a close second.

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The world of advertising is most definitely a funny old place. Like most industries, the advertising world regularly jumps on top of certain market trends with the intention of promoting products using popular culture. Different companies have different methods of getting their message across, but when all else fails, it seems the troubling trend in tech world is to cobble together an advertisement that pokes fun at Apple and their products. Google owned Motorola Mobility seem to be the latest to adopt this method.

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The Moto X has gotten the smartphone industry just a little bit excited, no less because it’s the first real collaborative effort between Google and Motorola since the search giant stumped up a whopping $12 billion to acquire its new subsidiary. The range of features, the (almost) pure Android experience, and the seemingly unlimited customization of the device’s aesthetics have made it a real talking point, but since it has only been released in the United States, not many have yet been able to get their hands on it. To see how it copes with wear and tear, the guys at Phone Buff have given the device the hammer and knife treatment, and although not perhaps the kind of instruments any smartphone will encounter frequently, responsible shoppers will definitely want to check to see how the Moto X copes when put to the sword.

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Motorola has stayed good to the word of their Vice President of Product Marketing, by updating the “ways to buy” page on the Moto X website to indicate that a Developer Edition of the device will be “coming soon”. It was only a matter of days ago that Punit Soni informed the smartphone loving public that Developer Editions of Motorola’s flagship device would be arriving imminently, and the website now reflects that promise from the company’s executive.

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After quite a bit of a wait, we’ve finally seen the first device born of Google’s well-documented acquisition of Motorola. The Moto X Android Phone has certainly made waves since its grand unveiling, and like most new mobile products out of Mountain View, comes with one or two exclusive treats. The Active Display, for example, keeps users abreast of their notifications even when the device is locked, and if you’ve been impressed by the new feature, you can now enjoy something similar on any Android device.

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Well that didn’t take very long, did it? Following on from the launch of the Google-Motorola Moto X smartphone, the deliciously vibrant stock wallpapers from the new device have already been plucked away, packaged up, and are now ready for distribution. There are 16 wallpapers in all, and you can check the preview – as well as that all-important download link – after the leap.

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Google’s purchase of Motorola Mobility has yet to bear any fruit, leaving many an analyst and commentator to question the value in the $12.5 billion acquisition last year. But the Moto X smartphone, which has long since been rumored as a mid-range device with wider appeal, has finally been revealed. And far from being another standard smartphone, offers more variants than one could shake a proverbial stick at. With plenty of surprises, the Moto X smartphone is much more than just another run-of-the-mill handset, and we’ve got all the details after the jump.

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Whenever a new device or version of Android is released, more often than not, its exclusive new features are swiftly ripped from within its shell and distributed to the rest of the Android faithful. While the Moto X, the first collaborative product of Google and Motorola since the Big G acquired Motorola Mobility last year, has yet to be officially revealed, there have already been several leaks of the device as well as its software during the course of the last month or so. In the latest, the APK for the device’s Camera app has been released into the wild, and you can grab it right now!

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Motorola’s highly anticipated Moto X is set to be officially announced on August 1st, but at this rate there won’t be much left to announce. After leak upon leak over the last few weeks, today sees yet more images of the unannounced Google Android-powered handset.

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If you’ve been making considerations and provisions for your next big smartphone purchase; the Nokia Lumia 1020, Samsung Galaxy S4 or perhaps even the Glamour Red HTC One; you may wish to put those plans on hold just momentarily. The hugely-anticipated Moto X smartphone looks set to be revealed on August 1st with Google’s purchase of Motorola Mobility finally bearing some fruit, and although we already have a relatively strong idea of what’s in store for this handset, the Big G’s invitation spree suggests we won’t have to wait very long to see it in all its glory.

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Motorola’s next, and possibly most anticipated smartphone ever, the Moto X, is currently in the middle of a rumor perfect storm that has seen the Google-owned hardware maker give out just enough information to be almost useless whilst the technology news industry manages to pick little tidbits up here and there. The latest photos to show up are considerably more than a tidbit, however.

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Everyone’s been waiting for the first real phone to come out of Motorola since its acquisition by Google, and the world’s worst kept secret is the existence of an unreleased, and indeed unannounced Moto X handset, which was formally known as the Google X Phone before things got a little on the official end. The company’s own CEO confirmed the handset’s existence back in May, even going so far as to say that it would be made in the United States. Apart from that though, we know next to nothing apart from leaked set of images and slight details.

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