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One of the biggest updates to the 2015 Moto G is that it finally comes with 4G LTE connectivity as standard. We're also seeing decent upgrades to cameras, MotoMaker support, plus water resistance.
Motorola has acknowledged that its devices are also affected by the Stagefright vulnerability and has revealed the list of past and upcoming devices that will be patched against it.
Motorola has launched the much awaited Moto G and two variants of the Moto X smartphones at an event in Sao Paolo, Brazil bringing the series of Android devices into its third generation.
Motorola is holding an event today where the company is expected to unveil new phones, including the new Moto G. Unfortunately, all of the device's info has already leaked, which you can see here.
"We need to talk," says Motorola. "It's not you. It's your phone." Make of that what you will, but the company promises "a better mobile relationship" will begin with its launch events on July 28.
The third generation Moto G smartphone was briefly listed by Indian online retailer Flipkart, suggesting a nearing launch date as the previous generation device has already received price cuts.
Owners of Motorola's 2013 and 2014 smartphones may be able to upgrade their devices to Android Lollipop in the very near future, according to a software engineer working for company.
Google's dessert-themed operating system is now rolling out to the Motorola Moto G Google Play edition, following in the footsteps of Google's own Nexus line.
The dual-sim variant of the first generation Moto G has started receiving the Lollipop update for Android, according to an updated support page on Motorola India's website.
A new mid-range smartphone from Motorola has appeared in GeekBench's results revealing some of its hardware specifications which indicate a low to mid range device set to replace the Moto E or Moto G.
It looks like folks sporting a Motorola handset may be only days away from an official Android 5.0 Lollipop update, as the support pages were published last night though quickly pulled later.
The Motorola Moto G is an impressive update to the original model, addressing several issues with the first generation model and improving a few bits of hardware.
With a five-inch IPS display, all day battery life, dual-SIM functionality and Android 4.4 KitKat, the new quad-core Moto G is probably the best low-tier smartphone available on the market.
After leaks and speculation, Motorola has finally unleashed its new line up of devices for 2014. The new devices will receive face lifts and internals updates, but will remain the Moto X and Moto G.
Motorola will be holding a launch event for the next generation of the inexpensive Moto G smartphone tomorrow, but leaked images of the device's box have already leaked its hardware specifications.
Motorola is reportedly working on eight new handsets - all of which could be launched before the end of the year - including the Moto X+1, a replacement for the G, and the long-awaited Nexus 6.
According to a new rumour, the Moto G2, successor to the highly successful Moto G from Motorola will go on sale early next month around the same time as the rumoured launch of the Moto X+1.
It looks like Motorola Moto X, G, and E users in India will start seeing a new update sometime this week. Motorola has announced that it will be releasing its Android 4.4.4 update to users in India.
A Brazilian retailer has leaked the upcoming Motorola Moto E device. Judging by the specifications, the handset seems aimed at budget-minded consumers. Motorola will hold a press event on May 13.
The Moto G is Motorola's biggest and best effort yet in conquering the entry-level market. It's not a handset meant to break records but offers fantastic performance and great value for the money.
Motorola's CEO has revealed plans to launch a smartphone for just $50, while at the higher-end, the company will offer more customization on its devices, including screen sizes and functionality.