MOTO X

Moto X 64GB expected soon, carrier leak hints at delay

Moto X 64GB expected soon, carrier leak hints at delay

Though the device is seeing its share of one-day sales and diminished mind share, the Moto X still has a bit of life left. A great handset on launch, Motorola’s current flagship is set for a subdued update that may give it one final push before we see the refreshed version. The news of a 64GB model may have also been confirmed by a carrier.

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Moto X one-day price drop coming ahead of fall refresh

Moto X one-day price drop coming ahead of fall refresh

Motorola is once again dropping the price of their Moto X, likely an attempt to get rid of existing inventory ahead of their flagship refresh later this year. The Moto X pricing will only drop for 24 hours, so if you’ve yet to grab on, you’ll have one day to do so. For those interested in picking up one of the best Android devices still on offer for a really good price, May 1 is your lucky day.

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Moto X college designs bring smartphones to students

Moto X college designs bring smartphones to students

This week the folks at Motorola have revealed their next play for the Moto X, pushing a number of college-themed handsets out for this spring season. Each of this wild variety of Moto X machines will have custom colors by Motorola - combinations of three colors therein - while the logos of the schools will be provided by the company known as Uncommon. Users can choose to work with the clear case or without, sticking with their school’s colors regardless.

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Motorola’s Moto Maker international launch due Q2

Motorola’s Moto Maker international launch due Q2

Motorola's Moto Maker customization tool for the Moto X will spread internationally in Q2, the company has confirmed, offering buyers a way to create their own combination of colors for the Android handset. Launched in the US back in August, for the moment Moto Maker has only been offered in the one location. As of next quarter, though, buyers in Western Europe and Mexico will get the same abilities.

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Motorola 2014 timeline secure: Lenovo won’t interfere (yet)

Motorola 2014 timeline secure: Lenovo won’t interfere (yet)

In 2012, Google completed its acquisition of Motorola Mobility, something that eventually led to the release of the Moto X and several DROID handsets. The big news this week has been the Internet giant's sale of Motorola to Lenovo, and that leaves consumers speculating about what comes next. According to some sources that have cropped up, Motorola's lineup is already solidified through this year and next.

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Motorola’s Dennis Woodside talks display customization, ultra-cheap smartphones

Motorola’s Dennis Woodside talks display customization, ultra-cheap smartphones

Motorola's CEO Dennis Woodside has again taken to discussions about smartphone pricing and customization, something he has spoken about at length in the past. Among his topics was a focus on pricing, and mention of a $50 smartphone came into play. He also brought up customization, which the Moto X kicked off in a big way, mentioning the ability to customize the display.

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Moto Migrate app scores iCloud data transfer ability

Moto Migrate app scores iCloud data transfer ability

The most time consuming part of switching phones is often transferring data from the old handset to the new one, something simplified for those switching to Motorola via the Moto Migrate app. In addition to shuttling content from an Android handset to one of Motorola's phone, it can now also be used by iPhone defectors.

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