Motorola has two new affordable Android phones, and they are powered by Google's Android One program.
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Motorola launches the "world's first 5G upgradeable phone" exclusively at Verizon.
For the past few weeks, I've been evaluating three smartphones that represent some of the best choices available in their respective pricing categories. Here are some early recommendations.
Sometime next week, I should take possession of a 5th generation Moto G Plus, an intriguing and affordable new Android handset. Is it possible to find smartphone happiness for less than $300?
This week, Motorola announced the next version of its flagship smartphone, which adds some much-needed features. But the big news here is a new modular expansion system called Moto Mods that I think will really differentiate these devices from the me-too masses.
When it comes to choosing an Android smart phone, I strongly advise you to consider crapware-free Nexus models. But Google isn't the only company selling clean Android phones. And with this year's Moto G lineup, you have now have more excellent options to consider.
The Moto 360 Sport will become available in the U.S. in early January, providing built-in GPS and a cool "AnyLight" display for both indoor and outdoor use.
For the past month, I've put my beloved but aging Lumia 930 aside and have lived life on the other side of the fence. Up first: The Moto X Pure Edition.
Motorola's new smart watch, the Moto 360, comes in a wide range of style and size choices. My review unit arrived today and I've paired it with my Moto X.
Yesterday, my custom-designed Moto X Pure Edition arrived, and I spent much of yesterday afternoon installing apps and otherwise moving to the new phone.
The Moto X Pure Edition is an unlocked wonder with universal radios that provides high-end features, great customization choices, and affordable pricing.