Motorola Android Phones

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Moto Z2 Force Smartphone Review

Moto Z2 Force Smartphone Review

For its 2017 smartphone flagship, Motorola updates its Moto Z line with some current trends, like a secondary camera sensor and speedy Snapdragon 835 octa-core CPU. And the line's modular system is here to stay, as the company expands the options with neat add-ons like a gamepad or battery pack…
Moto Z Force Droid Smartphone Review

Moto Z Force Droid Smartphone Review

Motorola surprised us this year by debuting a new top-end smartphone line, the Moto Z (and also by dumping the 3.5mm audio port). The Moto Z comes in two variants, a unbelievably thin Moto Z and larger battery Moto Z Force. They're both exclusives to Verizon, tacked under the Droid…
Motorola DROID Turbo Review

Motorola DROID Turbo Review

The first “Droid” phone launched more than 5 years ago.  October 17th 2009 to be exact (at least according to Wikipedia). I don’t remember much about the first iteration – probably because I was still drooling over my iPhone – but I do recall the name.  And that name, “Droid”,…
Motorola’s Nexus 6 Goes Up Against The iPhone 6 Plus

Motorola’s Nexus 6 Goes Up Against The iPhone 6 Plus

Big phones are all the rage these days, and I admit, my previous skepticism towards the “phablet” has waned somewhat as I’ve used them and found them more useful and interesting than first suggested. With enough real estate to use as a tablet but with more functionality, they’re less goofy…
Motorola Announces The Budget-Friendly Moto E and Moto G with LTE Support

Motorola Announces The Budget-Friendly Moto E and Moto G with LTE Support

Motorola has finally taken the wraps off its extremely affordable Moto E at a press event today. The handset is targeted towards first time smartphone buyers, and is a feature-rich device which comes with an exceptional price tag. In the past few days, we’ve seen a number of leaked images…
The Moto X Becomes A Bit More Affordable

The Moto X Becomes A Bit More Affordable

The Moto X, when it first debuted, had a lot in its favor; lots of customization, an up-to-date OS with new ideas, fancy magazine ads, and the fact that it was, de facto, the new Googlephone. One thing that didn’t do so well was the price; Google broke with the…
The Moto X Has A Clever Interactive Magazine Ad

The Moto X Has A Clever Interactive Magazine Ad

One of the key features of the Moto X is that it’s available in pretty much any combination you want of colors and designs. But how to get that across with print? By using an interactive magazine ad, of course. Color Coded You can see the ad for yourself without…
The Affordable Moto G Ships December 2 for $179, Preorders Start Today

The Affordable Moto G Ships December 2 for $179, Preorders Start Today

Well, look at that.  The Moto G, which was announced a few weeks ago, and largely targeted at those with perhaps not the most padded of bank accounts, will soon ship here in the US. When announced, the Moto G was due to ship some time in early 2014.  But…
Motorola’s Moto G: Kit-Kat At A Low Price (video)

Motorola’s Moto G: Kit-Kat At A Low Price (video)

Motorola Mobility spent years under the radar after Google bought it out, working on secret projects. We got a load of the Moto X recently, and now there’s the Moto G, which is out to put Android in your pocket at a low, low price. G For Good First of…
Motorola Droid Ultra Review

Motorola Droid Ultra Review

Post after post, comparison after comparison I bear witness to readers touting the specs of one device over the other and for that reason it should be the resounding winner if the two were to fight in a duel to the death.  It’s a misnomer and one that, to put…
Motorola Droid MAXX Review

Motorola Droid MAXX Review

When you think of longevity, smartphones never come to mind, and for good reason. The damn things never last. A day, a day and a half at most. That’s all they have. Which is ridiculous, because the bigger ones have much larger batteries, and they almost always have worse battery life than…
Motorola Droid MAXX First Impressions

Motorola Droid MAXX First Impressions

The Droid MAXX is the evolution of a simple idea, the third generation of something that was always done right: more than enough battery life for anything, even multiple-day use. Two years after the debut of the Droid Razr MAXX, the Droid MAXX is even more of a powerhouse than…
Motorola Droid Ultra First Impression

Motorola Droid Ultra First Impression

It’s doesn’t take a genius to see that Motorola’s Droid Ultra isn’t that much different than the Droid Maxx.  In fact, it’s largely the same phone, save for the slightly thinner body (.28″ vs .33″) thanks to the lesser battery and high gloss back covering.  But alas, just as much…
Motorola Moto X First Impression: Don’t Judge a Book By Its Cover (AT&T)

Motorola Moto X First Impression: Don’t Judge a Book By Its Cover (AT&T)

The Moto X is really the first Nexus handset to come out of the company since Google gobbled them up last year. It’s heading to all carriers, and has already arrived on both AT&T and Verizon, with Sprint and US Cellular to follow. That said, AT&T is the only carrier…
The Skip: A Clip For Your Moto X That Compromises Your Phone’s Security

The Skip: A Clip For Your Moto X That Compromises Your Phone’s Security

There are some products that introduce new and innovative ways to use the tools you already own, like an iPhone case that doubles as a Wi-Fi hot spot. And then there are others that bow to consumer demand no matter how dumb the consumer demand may be. In this case,…
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