MOTO X

Rainbow Motorola Mobility logo update makes it “a Google company”

Rainbow Motorola Mobility logo update makes it “a Google company”

If the leaks of the MOTO X from earlier today weren't enough to pump you up about the future of Motorola, the new logo might. Released today by Motorola itself, the company has made their lettering a bit more laid-back with the only capital character being the G for their parent company. This logo is joined by a ring of colors around the big M, this signifying (we must guess), the colors you'll be able to get the multi-form "X Phone" in later this year.

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Goodbye MOTO X advertisements: don’t believe the hype

Goodbye MOTO X advertisements: don’t believe the hype

This morning several images of a proposed advertising campaign for the rebirth of Motorola through the MOTO X or X Phone device on August 1st have surfaced. What you're seeing isn't a leaked set of pre-production bits and pieces, but a conceptual work by a graphic designer that's pitching said ideas to the company. And if it were real, he'd certainly not be posting this all up for the public.

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Dennis Woodside: Motorola to launch hero Moto X smartphone this year [UPDATE]

Dennis Woodside: Motorola to launch hero Moto X smartphone this year [UPDATE]

The D11 conference has been underway, with Tim Cook discussing all things Apple yesterday, and today with Motorola's Dennis Woodside discussing the company and its plans. According to Woodside, Motorola plans to launch amidst a range of smartphones one particular hero handset called the Moto X, which is said to be "contextually aware of what is going on around it."

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Google X Phone leaks converge: is Nexus done for?

Google X Phone leaks converge: is Nexus done for?

Here in the weekend days before Google I/O 2013, the company's big developer conference for the year, two new clues leading to a new era in Motorola-made Android smartphones have been added to story called X Phone. The device in question has appeared as an AT&T-supported smartphone in the FCC this weekend as well as in benchmark test results on a publicly viewable archive. This device will likely appear as a developer give-away at the Google convention on Wednesday.

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Motorola XFON skirts Nexus 5 rumors, pushes for cross-carrier US release

Motorola XFON skirts Nexus 5 rumors, pushes for cross-carrier US release

This week the fabled Motorola hero device called "X Phone" before this week has resurged in the tip lines at the Motorola XFON, complete with Qualcomm hardware compatibility with 4G LTE across all major carriers in the USA. This device has appeared several times in the recent past in both front and back hands-on photos with what appears to be a soft plastic back, a relatively large back-facing camera, and a palm-sized body. It's been tipped most recently that this XFON device will be ready for both AT&T and Verizon this July.

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